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.
We don’t have a museum or awards ceremony, but Goldmine does have a desire to honor deserving musicians and an alternative to the Rock Hall.
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.
Who singer will perform the entire rock opera from start to finish later this year during six-week North American tour with solo band
Collectors can make a very worthwhile investment in negatives and slides of artists ranging from the Yardbirds to The Who.
Received wisdom claims “Who’s Next” to be The Who’s greatest moment.
Despite the fact that fissures had developed within the Who’s ranks long before its release, Roger Daltrey’s first solo album – simply titled ‘Daltrey’ – was never intended as a final declaration of independence.