The Who and Elvis Costello and The Imposters performed a terrific fundraising benefit concert for Teen Cancer America and New York City’s Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center at the Theater at Madison Square Garden on Thursday, February 28th.
As The Who prepares to wrap up the second leg of its Quadrophenia tour, one thing is for sure: The wait was well worth it.
By keeping between-song transitions brief, the adventurous country-rock artist maintains a brisk pace throughout Golden Nugget concert
Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, and company brought The Who’s 1973 album Quadrophenia to life with a magnificent performance at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Wednesday, November 14th.
The Who have hit the road in North America with the Quadrophenia and More tour, and the early reviews are positive for the band’s performances of the 1973 album, as well as its accompanying stage show.
The excellent documentary film The Who: Quadrophenia—Can You See The Real Me? The Story Behind The Album had its premiere in theaters across the United States last night (Tuesday, July 24th).
The Who’s will perform the entire “Quadrophenia” double album and other Who classic songs starting in November on the group’s first North American tour in four years.
A trio of Beatles-related lots comprised more than one-third of the total sales at the Popular Culture: Rock and Pop Memorabilia auction by Christie’s.
The Who’s Pete Townshend delivered the inaugural John Peel Lecture in Manchester, England yesterday, an event which was broadcast live on BBC 6 Music. The lecture can now be heard on demand on the BBC 6 Music Web site.
A 51-year-old handwritten letter by Paul McCartney inviting an unknown drummer to audition for The Beatles will be featured at Christie’s Popular Culture: Rock and Pop Memorabilia Auction on Nov. 15, 2011 at the auction house’s South Kensington, U.K., location.