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The Who to headline 2020 Teenage Cancer Trust show at Royal Albert Hall

They'll hit the London venue next month.

Pete Townshend says The Who “invented heavy metal” in 1970

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A bold claim from the legendary guitarist...

How to get tickets for the smallest shows The Who have played in four decades

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The "never to be repeated" gigs take place in February

The Who are still “traumatised” after crush killed fans at Cincinnati show in 1979

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who perform live on stage at Wembley Stadium
“It’s a strange, disturbing, heavy load to carry.”

Pete Townshend wanted Roger Daltrey to rap on The Who’s new album

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Has Roger Daltrey got bars? We may sadly never know

The Who – ‘WHO’ review: 13 years since their last album, this stands up alongside their classics

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Whether Roger Daltrey is bellowing through anti-war flamenco or slagging off copycat bands, The Who have lost none of their vim and vigour. Just don't mention Brexit

The Who honoured with first stone in Camden’s Music Walk of Fame

"It's quite something to know that people can pop by and see us anytime."

Pete Townshend says his “affectionate relationship” with Roger Daltrey keeps The Who together

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who perform live on stage at Wembley Stadium
Pete Townshend has said his "increasingly affectionate relationship" with Roger Daltrey is a major reason for The Who's impressive longevity. The rock legends have been going strong since 1964, and will release their twelfth album 'Who' in December. “I still perform partly because of my ongoing, developing and increasingly affectionate relationship with Roger," Pete told the Yorkshire Post. “When you look back...