“[It] hasn’t gone anywhere from the first record [that] ever came out with those kind of rhythms, has it?”
The Who frontman’s new solo effort is, as he describes it, “a return to the very beginning.”
Listen to these with a candle burning and you’ll see your favorite films.
Nile Rodgers, The Who, Stormzy, 47 others cover “Bridge Over Troubled Water” for Grenfell Tower benefit — listen
Queen’s Brian May, James Blunt, Rita Orta, Jessie J, Carl Barât, and more participate in the charity song.
Many of the songs haven’t been played in 28 years, if not more.
And as for Trump, The Who frontman says, “Wash your fucking mouth out.”
Initial six-date run is scheduled to begin in July.
These are the voices that continue to touch, console, inspire, and empower us.
According to The Who frontman, “The only people saying things that matter are the rappers.”
“What do you expect from Australians?”
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend performed “Who Are You?”, and this time nothing exploded.
Roger Daltrey is recovering from viral Meningitis.