The year in British music in 2015 was exceptional, featuring great works by Paul Weller, Blur, Noel Gallagher, and Adele, terrific retrospectives on The Jam, an excellent tour by The Who, and fantastic films chronicling the career of Amy Winehouse and Roger Waters’ concert version of The Wall.
Given The Who’s recent postponement of their scheduled Fall 2015 North American tour due to Roger Daltrey’s health issues, Fathom Events’ cinema screenings on Thursday, October 8th of The Who’s terrific new concert film, The Who Live In Hyde Park, was well timed.
There was a time, in the early-mid 1970s, when it seemed impossible to turn around without catching sight of David Courtney. Songwriter, producer and a performer in his own right, he headed up a musical empire built around three quite …
The Teen Cancer America program has plans in the works to build more centers throughout America. Daltrey remains passionately committed to the cause.
Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, and company, with an assist from openers Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, put on a fantastic show at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on Sunday, May 24th.
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.
A recap of choice panels and performances — plus exclusive photos featuring members of The Zombies, Jefferson Airplane and The E Street Band, among other artists — from the annual conference/festival in Texas.
Singer’s concert at Newark’s Prudential Center ranges from all-out to stripped-down, both in terms of the music and the staging.
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.