Latest Pete Townshend Articles (Page 2 of 14)
The Who announced their first album in 13 years, ‘Who,’ released the single “Ball & Chain,” played an intimate acoustic set in New York City and announced a U.K. Tour 2020.
The Who kicked off Fall Tour 2019 with help of a full orchestra at Madison Square Garden in New York City, where the setlist included a pair of new songs.
Watch Keith Moon sing “Bell Boy” during The Who’s concert at London’s Charlton Athletic Football Ground in 1974 to celebrate what would have been his 73rd birthday.
Watch The Who team with Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder on a tune from ‘Quadrophenia’ and deliver the live debut of the brand new song “Hero Ground Zero” last night in London.
The Who’s Roger Daltrey fears he’ll lose his voice within the next five years and provides an update on the band’s long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s ‘Endless Wire.’
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will bring The Who back to New York City this September for a performance at Madison Square Garden.
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Phish wrapped their Fall Tour 2019 with the final repeat-less show of the run that featured more debuts and bust outs.
Greensky Bluegrass welcomed Ghost Light’s Holly Bowling for a Grateful Dead classic and more to close out their two-night run at Denver’s Mission Ballroom.
Celebrate the lives of John Lennon and Gregg Allman by watching The Allman Brothers Band covering The Beatles’ “Rain” in 2013.
Tedeschi Trucks Band unveiled yet another acoustic set for their final show of 2019 at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston.
Phish continued their repeat-less trend as part of a show featuring bust outs and tasty jams in Charleston on Saturday. Check out the setlist, a recap and The Skinny.