The Who Tribute Album to Feature Iggy Pop, Members of The Kinks, Cream and Others


Not many acts can boast having household names covering their work – and fewer still can boast these covers ever seeing the light of day outside of concert intervals and guitar warm-ups. But that is exactly what has happened to The Who today, with news that members of Judas Priest, Def Leppard, King Crimson, Cream and The [...]

Kate Bush Features At Olympic Closing Ceremony (Sort Of)


In what was a definite mixed bag of musical – ahem – talent, it can be said (in terms of generated sales) that Kate Bush’s featured remix of her 1985 top 3 hit, ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God), was the highlight of the 30th Olympiad’s closing ceremony. Despite not actually making a [...]

Spice Girls Reunite For the Olympics – We’re Doomed After All


Affirming that they are indeed up there with the likes of The Who, who will also be playing the show as a part of their tour, 90s girl group the Spice Girls will be performing at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics. While the group were already in talks to commission a musical, Viva Forever!, the live reunion had [...]

The Who Honoring Tickets from a Canceled 1979 Show

If you still have your ticket for The Who’s canceled 1979 show in Providence, RI, you’re in luck! The band’s upcoming tour of their 1973 double album Quadrophenia will finish on Feb. 26 at the same venue where the canceled show would have taken place. Tickets to the 1979 show will be honored. According to [...]

Update: The Who Quadrophenia Tour – Watch Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend Interview

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Daltrey and Townshend promote Quadrophenia tour and pack barbed wits As we reported yesterday, rock legends Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey of The Who participated in a live broadcast to announce a massive, 36-date North American tour of their classic 1973 double album, Quadrophenia. Fans of The Who can head over to The Who’s Facebook [...]

The Who Announce 36-Date North American Tour of Classic Album Quadrophenia

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Pete and Roger will bring legendary rock album and explosive live show to US soil One of the greatest bands in rock and roll history will return to the stage on for its first American tour in four years.  The Who have announced a two-leg, 36-date tour across North America tour from November through February. [...]

Keith Moon Asked to Perform at London 2012

Drummer Keith Moon Petting Cat

Organisers of the London 2012 Olympics have approached The Who’s management to ask if Keith Moon was available to perform at the opening ceremony. Normally this sort of thing wouldn’t be news, but the Olympic committee seem to have forgotten that the tragic drummer died of an overdose in 1978. The Who’s manager Bill Curbishley [...]

Weller and Daltrey to Collaborate?

Paul Weller (left) and Roger Daltrey backstage at a Teenage Cancer Trust concert this week.

In what could be the biggest collaboration since The Travelling Wilburys (well, maybe not that big), former Jam and Style Council frontman, Paul Weller, has signalled his interest in working with The Who’s Roger Daltrey. Speaking to NME, Daltrey said: “Paul Weller’s been talking about an idea that he’s been working on, which I’d love [...]