Since the upcoming tour by The Who is being billed as “The Who Hits 50,” here are our choices for the top 50 things that we love about the band.
The Mancunian punk legends played a blistering set in Manhattan before a very enthusiastic crowd on the eve of Pete Shelley’s 60th birthday.
After London Grammar’s concert at NYC’s Terminal 5 had been postponed twice, the band made up for it with a spellbinding show on Wednesday, January 28th.
Former Genesis axeman displayed frenetic fretwork at a magnificent concert in Manhattan on Friday, November 14th.
A fantastic tribute show to The Who and The Small Faces featuring Who’s Who and The Small Fakers took place at The Garage in Glasgow, Scotland on Saturday, October 18th.
Johnny Marr performed an energetic and spectacular show in support of his new Playland album at the O2 Brixton Academy in London, England on Thursday, October 23rd.
Howling Bells’ fourth album is filled with shimmering guitars and the angelic vocals of frontwoman Juanita Stein.
Beat Street, the third album by Glasgow-based Mod revival band Button Up, features a modern take on the classic Northern Soul sound.
The UK-based trio London Grammar, featuring the fantastic vocalist Hannah Reid, performed a memorable show at NYC’s Irving Plaza on Wednesday, April 9th.
Glasgow native and new Stockholm resident Penny Black talks about her new EP, Me and the Beast, and other topics with Goldmine.