Pete Townshend

Today, we celebrate the extraordinary journey of Pete Townshend, the heart and soul behind The Who's iconic sound. Born on May 19th, 1945, Pete has carved out a legacy that reverberates through the corridors of rock 'n' roll history. To honor him, we delve into 15 of The Who's greatest songs, all penned by Pete, and explore the band's storied legacy.

Consummate entertainer Ann-Margret has unveiled her first new studio album in over a decade, Born To Be Wild, out today on Cleopatra Records. It’s a collection of brand-new recordings of her favorite rock ‘n’ roll and pop gems from the ‘50s through the ‘70s, featuring an all-star group of friends and fans including The Who’s Pete Townshend, Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, Paul Shaffer, Pat Boone, country legends Mickey Gilley (on one of his final recordings), The Oak Ridge Boys, T.G.

Country music legend and SiriusXM host T.G. Sheppard joins consummate entertainer Ann-Margret on her first new studio album in over a decade, 'Born To Be Wild,' due out April 14 on Cleopatra Records. The first single, a cover of The Everly Brothers' "Bye Bye Love" is a collaboration with Ann-Margret, T.G. Sheppard, and Pete Townshend of The Who on guitar, offering a new blend and unique take on this iconic tune. Along with T.G.

Monday night, rock icons Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend returned to Denver with their latest incarnation of The Who and wowed the Ball Arena from start to finish on the final stretch of The Who Hits Back tour. Supported by a 42-piece orchestra, listeners got an ear full that captured the in-your-face sound that has been throttling audiences for nearly six decades.

The band’s 28-city North American tour has brought singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend back to the stage two years after their acclaimed sold-out MOVING ON! Tour. So far, the tour’s spring run has taken over 15 cities across the US with special guests Leslie Mendelson, Amythyst Kiah, Los Lonely Boys, The Wild Things, Willie Nile and more.

This past weekend’s historic performance by The Who at TQL Stadium in Cincinnati was much more than a typical stop on one of their U.S. tours.

Audible Inc., the leading creator and provider of premium audio storytelling, today announced a new slate of renowned musicians who will create and perform original “Words + Music’ productions designed for Audible listeners.

‘Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who’, the acclaimed Grammy®-nominated career-spanning documentary chronicling the history of The Who, is now available to stream for the first time exclusively on The Coda Collection.

The Who release the third track from their forthcoming critically acclaimed album WHO which will be released on December 6th on Interscope Records.

The new song ‘I DON’T WANNA GET WISE’ is described by Pete Townshend, ‘I wrote this in a mid-‘70s style, like a song from an album like ‘WHO BY NUMBERS’. Warning: don’t get old. You might get wise’.

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