The relationship between co-founding Who members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend has historically been quite contentious at times, although the two seemed to have developed a close bond during the latter years of the group's career. That being said, Daltrey tells
The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have donated a signed electric guitar to a charity auction that will raise money for Music Support, an organization that helps people in the U.K. music industry who are dealing with mental health and addiction issues. Daltrey and... Read More.
The Who made an emotional return to Cincinnati on Sunday to play their first concert in the city since the band's infamous December 1979 show at the Riverfront Coliseum, where 11 young people died as fans rushed the venue's doors before the event. The British... Read More.
In a new installment of Audible's Words + Music audio series titled Pete Townshend: Somebody Saved Me, The Who's Pete Townshend treats listeners to a candid look at his life and music during the period spanning roughly from the 1978 death of Keith Moon... Read More.
The Who's Pete Townshend and Santana guitarist Carlos Santana, are part of the lineup of the Audible audio service's next Words + Music series, a program that combines music and storytelling. The new series of programs kicks off on May 6 with Pete Townshend: Somebody... Read More.
We can't say if it's a bargain, but The Who's Pete Townshend is selling his expansive London estate for a cool 15 million pounds, or about $21 million. According to Pereds realtors, the residence, known as The Wick, was first built in 1775, and is... Read More.
Pete Townshend, Bruce Springsteen and Jackson Browne are among a variety of well-known music artists taking part in a series of online sessions focusing on the work of acclaimed music journalist and author Dave Marsh, co-founder of Creem magazine, that kicks off this Friday,... Read More.
The Who's Pete Townshend recently told U.K. magazine Uncut that he'd amassed ideas for a lot of fresh songs that potentially could be part of a follow-up to the band's 2019 studio album WHO, but in a new
Pete Townshend and his wife, singer/songwriter Rachel Fuller, have announced plans to launch a new live streaming show called In the Bunker that will premiere sometime this year. According to a post on the Who guitarist's