The Who

Backstage Video: Robert Plant Chats With Roger Daltrey – 2002


Watch Robert Plant shoot the shit with Roger Daltrey before a 2002 gig

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The Show Must Go On: Drummer Scott Devours Saves The Who’s Quadrophenia Concert in San Diego


Here's a crazy story about last night's The Who show

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Full Show Friday: The Who @ Bridge School Benefits ’99


Watch pro-shot footage of The Who unplugged at the 1999 Bridge School Benefit concerts

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Watch: 12-12-12 The Concert For Sandy Relief + Live Updates


Complete coverage of 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief.

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The Who’s First Full Show of 2012 Ends In Controversy


The Who couldn't finish their first show of the Quadrophenia Tour without drama.

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Full Show Friday: The Who – Live in Texas ’75


Watch a classic The Who show from 1975.

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Tour Dates: The Who Quadrophenia Tour


Unlike their brethren The Rolling Stones, British rockers The Who haven’t made a big deal about returning to the road, slying dropping a tour announcement for a North American run that kicks off on November ...

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Best of The B List: 10 Shows Played One Man Down


Ten bands who lived by the motto "the show must go on" when one member wasn't available.

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Bloggy Goodness: DMB’s Caravan, Take 2

This weekend, the Dave Matthews Band will return to New York City with their traveling multi-day festival – Caravan – after Hurricane Irene forced the postponement of its final two days several weeks back. Moving ...

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Intermezzo: Return of Creem to Print

Back in the ’70s Creem Magazine was at the forefront of the rock music criticism renaissance with esteemed writers Lester Bangs, Dave Marsh, Greil Marcus and Cameron Crowe among its contributors. The print edition of ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Live At Leeds & Hull

You’re bound to find The Who’s Live At Leeds album sitting comfortably towards the top of most best live albums of all-time lists. Recorded at the University of Leeds on February 14, 1970, during arguably ...

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Hors d’Oeuvres: The Who in 2011

Visitors to The Who’s official website will find an audio interview with front man Roger Daltrey in which the founding member of the band reveals that the group plans to hit the road next year. ...

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Tour Dates: Freaks Ball

If you’re looking to get a little freaky this fall you’re in luck as psychedelic art-pop acts of Montreal and Janelle Monae will join forces for a 25-date tour that will kick off with a ...

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Cover Wars: Baby Don’t You Do It Edition

Last week, our guest Cover Wars author Andy Kahn mentioned that many people incorrectly think that Jeff Buckley penned Hallelujah when in fact it is the work of Leonard Cohen. Similarly this week, ...

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Tour Dates: Who Are You?

If your name is Roger Daltrey or Pete Townshend, it’s looking like 2010 is going to be a heck of year for you. As we previously reported, The Who will serve as the halftime entertainment ...

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