The Who pulled out all of the stops at their outstanding show on Saturday, March 19th at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.
This new version of The Who’s heralded 1973 rock opera by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Robert Ziegler, has a great deal to offer.
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.
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).
Roger Daltrey gave a terrific performance of Tommy, other songs from The Who, and a few tunes from his solo catalog at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on Sunday night, September 18th.
Keith Moon, The Who’s late drummer, was the subject of a BBC Radio 2 special that marked the 33rd anniversary of his death.
Glasgow’s Button Up harken back to the Northern Soul sound with their brilliant single “Listen To Your Heart (Beat).”
The UK-based writer Clare Colbran reminisces here about the music, fashion, and film of the UK in the 1960s as she experienced it as a model and music fan.