The Who have announced a UK arena tour for this coming June, when they will perform the classic rock opera ‘Quadrophenia‘ in its entirety.
Columbia Records has released an edited version of the 12.12.12 benefit concert, with a minimum of $6.50 from each sale going towards the Robin Hood Relief Fund.
Chris Stamp, the former manager of The Who and founder of the label which released Jimi Hendrix‘s early records, has died at the age of 70.
Some of the world’s biggest music stars will gather in New York in December to help raise money for those affected by the recent Sandy superstorm, which hit large parts of the US’ east coast late last month.
Ten dedicated Who fans have traded in their unused ticket for a cancelled 1979 gig in Rhode Island for the band’s upcoming show there in February next year, according to reports today.
High profile members of the music industry including surviving Who members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, Robert Plant and Queen guitarist Brian May have put their names to a letter published today by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) which urges the UK government to do more to curb illegal online downloading.
In today’s Soundbites - our look back at the past week’s news, features, videos and tabloid gossip – Pete Doherty returns home from Thailand after behaving not unlike Ace Ventura, The Who spark a collective mad rush to the attics of Rhode Island, there’s a shock result in the search for the UK’s favourite number one, Bruce Springsteen feels the wrath of Middle England and this week’s most popular video is revealed.
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