Pete Townshend Reveals Secret Marriage and Year-Long Music Sabbatical"Why did we keep it quiet? Really, we were being selfish," Townshend said. "We just wanted to be together."
Pete Townshend & Billy Idol Announce Brief 'Classic Quadrophenia' Tour"Melding the contrasting sounds of Quadrophenia with a symphony has been a really unique and powerful way to reach a wide audience.
10.27 On Jack: Sherman Is Harry Potter, JBJ Is A Whiner, Bill Gates Won't Give It All To His KidsAnd Justin Trousersnake took a selfie in the voting booth.
Listen to The Who's Previously Unheard 'The Girls I Could Have Had'"It’s about my lack of success with girls when I lived at Chesham Place, partly because I spent all my time in my studio," Townsend said.
Pete Townshend Celebrates His 70th Birthday with Politically Critical Song 'Guantanamo': ListenHappy 70th birthday!
Pete Townshend on The Who's Live Shows: 'I Don't Find Them Fulfilling'“The shows? I don’t like them. I don’t find them fulfilling."
Bruce Springsteen to Honor Pete Townshend at Benefit ConcertTownshend will be awarded the Stevie Ray Vaughn Award by the Boss for his work with MusiCares.
Roger Daltrey Teases New Who Album: ‘I’m Always Ready and Raring to Go’The iconic frontman says "My voice is still in good shape."
Roger Daltrey Interview: Who Album Next Year (Maybe), Tour in 2015"The Who, we'll always have Pino [Palladino] on bass, I'm sure, and if the music is suitable for Zak [Starkey] on the drums, then great. I don't know. The Who is Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey. And the echoes of John [Entwistle] and Keith [Moon] will always reverberate whenever we play. I can't tell you who we'll use if we make a new album, until I hear the music."
Who's Last? Pete Townshend Says Who's Farewell Tour Will Be In 2015Three decades after their first "farewell" tour in 1982, Pete Townshend has announced that the Who will go on their final, final tour… two years from now in 2015.
Amnesty International Concerts, Featuring Springsteen, Sting, U2, Coming To DVD & CDBeginning in 1986, the Human Rights Concerts toured the globe to raise funds and awareness of Amnesty International. Acts like Bruce Springsteen, Sting, U2, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and Jimmy Page and more took the stage to perform for a cause.
Pete Townshend Quashes One Direction Fan Feud With Kindness, Perspective