The Who’s show in Voorburg, Netherlands will be screened in aid of the scholarship that remembers students who lost their lives in the 1979 Cincinnati concert tragedy.
The Who's 2004 Isle Of Wight Festival show, their first time there since their famous 1970 appearance, gets a home entertainment release on 2 June, 2017.
Pete Townshend has told UK trade magazine Music Week that he's “optimistic” about the possibility of new music by The Who with Roger Daltrey.
The Who's biggest US hit, 'I Can See For Miles,' charted there on 14 October, 1967. We tell the story, as well as the one about that explosion.
Roger Daltrey of The Who has been named as the 25th recipient of the Music Industry Trusts Award for his contributions to music and charity.
Wilko Johnson has curated a new album of vintage material from the famous Chess Records label, to be released the day after his autobiography.
Roger Daltrey's new version of Pete Townshend's ''Let My Love Open The Door' is for the new partnership between Teen Cancer America and First Citizens Bank.
The Who have announced that their rearranged North American tour, now scheduled to start in late February 2016, will be preceded by a new London show.
As ‘The Who Hits 50’ prepares to celebrate their incredible half-century, we’re celebrating too, digging deeper with a hand-picked playlist of The Who.
An unforgettable private concert for just 500 people, featuring Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey and Eddie Vedder, awaits the winner of a fundraising raffle.
The vinyl edition of Roger Daltrey and Wilko Johnson's 2014 collaboration ‘Going Back Home’ is the Offer of the Week in the uDiscover Deluxe Audio Store.
Pete Townshend has published a message on The Who’s website, ahead of his 70th birthday next month.
“It’s supposed to be fun,” said Roger Daltrey. This celebration of The Who’s 50th anniversary at London’s The 02 was all that and more.
Guitar hero and medical wonder Wilko Johnson has announced a new series of live dates in the UK for the spring.
Pete Townshend has created a “classical” version of The Who's ‘Quadrophenia,' for album release next June and a world premiere performance in July.
The Who have unveiled a video clip for ‘Be Lucky,’ the newly-recorded track on their ‘Who Hits 50!’ compilation, and you can watch it here.