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‘Who Are You’: The Who, That’s Who, On Signature 1978 Hit

On August 26, 1978, ‘Who Are You’ made its US chart debut for The Who, on its way to becoming their biggest hit there for eight years.

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Different Drum: The Who Stateside Without Keith Moon

On September 10 and 11, 1979, in Passaic, New Jersey, The Who hit the States without Keith Moon, in their first US concerts since his death.

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Watch The Who play Pete Townshend solo track for first time in 33 years

The Who performed Pete Townshend's solo track "Let My Love Open The Door" for the first time in 33 years at a recent show in London.

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Keith Moon: isolated drum track on The Who's Pinball Wizard

Take a look back at The Who's iconic drummer Keith Moon and marvel at his unique style on the 1969 classic, 'Pinball Wizard'

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When The Who replaced Keith Moon with an audience member

When Keith Moon passed out on stage so The Who replaced him with an audience member and 19 year old Scott Halpin lived out his dream.+

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Album Review: The Who’s ‘Who’

Not only did the death wish expressed 55 years ago in “My Generation” not come true, but the Who have now become the first major rock act of their generation to come up with a whole album that’s ac…

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Roger Daltrey on swagger and sensitivity, the new Who tour, plus the Beatles question

As Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend prepare a new album and tour, The Who rocker talks with the L.A. Times about sex, drugs and whether a Beatles-Who supergroup makes sense.

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Conversation With A Legend: The Who's Pete Townshend On Art, Festivals And More

Who guitarist Pete Townshend is bringing a classical version of Quadrophenia to the U.S. in September. To mark the occasion he talked about everything from Tommy and Desert Trip to the early days of rock in this exceptional interview.

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Stones, Dylan, McCartney play Coachella site in October

Goldenvoice announced Tuesday that the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and the Who will perform during a three-day concert in the Southern California desert where the annual Coachella music festival is held.

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The Who Pay Tribute to David Bowie at New York Concert | Rolling Stone

The Who paid tribute to their "longtime fan" and friend David Bowie prior to the band's concert Thursday at New York's Madison Square Garden.

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Keith Moon, Drummer of The Who, Passes Out at 1973 Concert; 19-Year-Old Fan Takes Over | Open Culture

In November 1973, Scot Halpin, a 19-year-old kid, scalped tickets to The Who concert in San Francisco, California. Little did he know that he'd wind up playing drums for the band that night -- that his name would end up etched in the annals of rock 'n'

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Lambert & Stamp (2014) - IMDb

Directed by James D. Cooper. With Richard Barnes, Heather Daltrey, Roger Daltrey, Robert Fearnley-Whittingstall. Aspiring filmmakers Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert set out to find a subject for their underground movie, one that will reflect the way it feels

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Hear the Who Play 'A Quick One' for First Time in 44 Years | Rolling Stone

The Who's tour kickoff featured a mix of hits and rarities, including a performance of a song they haven't played in 44 years.