Long before he assumed rock god status with Led Zeppelin, Page was an in-demand guitar for hire on the London session circuit.
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.
Vintage Trouble will release their Blue Note debut ‘1 Hopeful Road' worldwide on August 14, produced by label president Don Was. Watch the trailer here.
From their earliest festival appearances in London in the mid 1960s to 2015's appearance at Glastonbury The Who have loved playing festivals
Glastonbury 2015 is almost upon us, and to get you in the mood, here’s uDiscover's preview of some of the attractions to look out for over the long weekend.
After Foo Fighters were forced to withdraw from their headline slot on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, Florence + the Machine will now top the bill.
The Who box set ‘Volume 2: The Reaction Singles 1966,’ the second of four limited edition 7” singles packages, will be released by USM on August 14.
Pete Townshend’s solo career will be the subject of a new single album anthology, ‘Truancy: The Very Best Of Pete Townshend,’ to be released on June 29.
The Stones Live at Leeds is arguably the best unreleased concert from the band…but not for much longer.
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.
Pete Townshend has published a message on The Who’s website, ahead of his 70th birthday next month.
Former Jam drummer Rick Buckler will have his autobiography ‘That’s Entertainment: My Life In The Jam’ published by Omnibus Press on May 11.
“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.
The Who BBC Sessions is a great look back at a time when bands were forced to play their hits live on the radio.
Pete Townshend’s solo work is almost as prodigious as his work with The Who, so it seems only right that his solo catalogue should be available for download