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Watch The Who Bring Out Eddie Vedder to Play “The Punk and the Godfather” in London

The Who set out on their Moving On! tour back in May, with dates in North America and Europe. Last night, the group brought the…
Rob Arcand / July 7, 2019

The Who, Neil Young, Jawbreaker, More Recordings Also Believed Lost in Universal Music Fire

Two weeks ago, The New York Times Magazine published an explosive report detailing hundreds of thousands of recordings that Universal Music Group believed were lost in…
Tosten Burks / June 25, 2019

The Who’s Roger Daltrey Explains Scolding Fans for Smoking During MSG Concert

The Who's Roger Daltrey is not trying to be a grumpy old man when he scolds front-row fans for smoking pot in front of him…
Gary Graff, Billboard / May 17, 2019

Roger Daltrey Is Still Very Mad About People Smoking Weed at Who Shows

I have heard on at least two occasions, when talking to friends or listening to the section of a podcast where the hosts have a…
Andy Cush / May 15, 2019

The Who Announce New Album, 2019 North American Tour

Thirteen years after their last studio album, The Who are back with a new full-length project and a lengthy North American tour. Details about the…
Will Gottsegen / January 14, 2019

Watch The Who Play Two Songs on Fallon

The Who guested on Fallon last night alongside none other than Harry Styles, who’s promoting his role in Christopher Nolan’s new movie Dunkirk. The Who performed "You Better…

Brian May, Niles Rodgers, Stormzy, Liam Payne & More Cover “Bridge Over Troubled Water” for Grenfell Tower Benefit

A huge group of musicians have teamed up to cover Simon & Garfunkel’s "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to benefit the victims of last week’s deadly…
Taylor Berman / June 21, 2017

Outside Lands 2017 Lineup: Metallica, Lorde, Gorillaz, The Who, and More

The lineup for this year's Outside Lands Festival, which takes place in San Francisco, was announced this afternoon. The headliners are Metallica, The Who and Gorillaz, who will…
Geena Kloeppel / April 4, 2017

The Who’s Roger Daltrey Is the Latest Aging Rock Star to Have a Bad Political Opinion

Earlier this week, Johnny Rotten gave an interview with ITV where he said some truly dumb-assed shit about Donald Trump. Trump was a "joy to…
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

Eddie Vedder Performed With the Who at a Charity Benefit Last Night

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder appeared at the Who's "Who Cares About the Next Generation" charity performance in Los Angeles last night, where he played a backyard…
Brennan Carley / June 1, 2016

The Forthcoming ‘Quadrophenia’ Sequel Sounds Like a Wild Ride

A sequel to the 1979 film Quadrophenia, inspired by the Who's 1973 album of the same name, will reportedly start filming in London this summer. The news comes a…
Anna Gaca / May 29, 2016

Paul McCartney Confirmed to Play Festival With Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and the Who

Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and The Who are confirmed as performers at Desert Trip, the fest's organizers GoldenVoice have announced.
Anna Gaca / May 3, 2016

Coachella Organizers Round Up Dylan, McCartney, the Stones, and More for a Historic Festival

Goldenvoice, also known as the organizers behind Coachella, are planning a giant, historic festival featuring some of the biggest, most iconic names in rock music:…
Rachel Brodsky / April 16, 2016

The Who Play ‘Fallon’ in First Late-Night Performance in a Decade

Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that the Who had not played on late-night television in 50 years. They played Letterman in 2006.
Rachel Brodsky / March 5, 2016

Liam Gallagher and Roger Daltrey Performed ‘My Generation’ on ‘TFI Friday’

Ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and the Who's Roger Daltrey formed an unlikely one-off supergroup last night. The British TV show TFI Friday enlisted the pair,…
Colin Joyce / June 13, 2015
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