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The Who Never Stop Rocking: Endless Wire and Beyond

1224 days ago
Consequence of SoundThe band blaze a trail in their later years with massive tours, dazzling new works, and breaking news. more info

During the ’90s, The Who Lived on Live

1231 days ago
Consequence of SoundPrepare for Maximum Discography as the series plumbs the depths of little-known Who history. more info

[UPDATED] Kung Fu Honors The Who At Brooklyn Bowl

1231 days ago
JamBaseKung Fu performed a set of The Who covers during their special show at Brooklyn Bowl. more info

I’m One: The Who Go Solo in the 1980s

1238 days ago
Consequence of SoundThe seldom-told stories of the band's solo years and a theory that Townshend's White City is a Quadrophenia sequel. more info

Not To Be Taken Away: The Who After Keith Moon

1245 days ago
Consequence of SoundDiscography mourns the loss of one of rock 'n' roll's greatest artists. more info

The Who Adds Show With Eddie Vedder & Kaiser Chiefs

1246 days ago
JamBasePearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder and Kaiser Chiefs will support The Who at a July stop of their Moving On! tour. more info

The Who announce Wembley Stadium show with Eddie Vedder

1246 days ago
Consequence of SoundThe one-off concert also promises Kaiser Chiefs. more info

Ken Russell’s Tommy Let Everyone See and Feel The Who

1252 days ago
Consequence of SoundThe 1975 classic turned Roger Daltrey into a heartthrob for teenyboppers everywhere. more info

tix on sale: Bikini Kill, Jawbox, The Who, Bryan Ferry, Mac DeMarco, Smino, more

1256 days ago
Brooklyn VeganPlus: Bob Weir, Anita Baker, "Love Rocks NYC" with Robert Plant & Sheryl Crow, Turnover/Turnstile, Pup/Ratboys, The Drums, Strand of Oaks, Blaqk Audio, and more tickets on sale. Continue reading… more info

Roger Daltrey on swagger and sensitivity, the new Who tour, plus the Beatles question

1257 days ago
L.A. Times - EntertainmentIn 2015, Roger Daltrey nearly died from viral meningitis. When he recovered, the lead singer of The Who went back on the road, but he also decided it was time to “get this bloody thing finished” — the thing being his memoir, â€... more info

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