Scheduled for Sunday, September 26, the show forms part of the annual 'Sounds Of The City' concert series.
The Leeds indie rock band are best known for songs like 'I Predict a Riot' as well as albums like Yours Truly, Angry Mob and Employment.
Each show will also feature a support slot from an emerging artist, a move designed to help acts who may have missed out on a summer of festivals due to the coronavirus...
Other stars taking part include Ash, Brand New Heavies, Embrace, Gary Numan and Tony Hadley.
On his Instagram account, Townshend described Alan Rogan as “my guitar tech, friend, saviour and good buddy.”
The enduring Leeds-based outfit's new album, 'Duck', is set for release on 26 July.
The legendary band hit London on the back of their high-profile US tour which kicks off on 7 May.
Kaiser Chiefs’ second album, ‘Stay Together’, sees the band launch a storming party assault on the charts.
The Who have this morning been announced as the headline act on the closing Sunday night bill at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, on June 28.
The Who have announced that they'll play Hyde Park in London next June, with guests Paul Weller, Kaiser Chiefs and Johnny Marr.
An all-star line-up played Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London last night (Tuesday), celebrating the music of The Who in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
Kaiser Chiefs, fresh from their UK No. 1 album ‘Education, Education, Education & War’ in June, are already planning their 2015 campaign
Modern rockers The 1975 were among those acts getting in early on the Glastonbury Festival action last night (Thursday 26)...