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  • Book review: Pete Townshend's memoir 'Who I Am'

    Book review: Pete Townshend's memoir 'Who I Am'
    -------------------- Who Am I A Memoir Pete Townshend Harper: 544 pp., $32.50 -------------------- Pete Townshend has always been rock 'n' roll's reluctant warrior. The driving force behind the legendary band the Who, Townshend revolutionized rock...
  • Classic rockers coming to Philadelphia to play iconic album. See Who it is

     
    A classic rock band is coming to Philadelphia to play a show that will include an iconic album front to back. Here’s Who it is. The Who will play Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8, with a......
  • Concert review: The Who at Amway Center

     
    Two versions of The Who worked to turn back the clock on Saturday at Amway Center. On stage, the band’s two remaining members – frontman Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend –  tackled the ambitious 1973 concept album “...
  • Replacements reunion: Genius or folly?

    Replacements reunion: Genius or folly?
    A Replacements reunion? If you had mentioned the possibility to the band’s primary songwriter and singer, Paul Westerberg, over the last couple decades, he’d come thisclose to cracking you over the head with his guitar. But now Westerberg...
  • The Who to bring 'Quadrophenia' on tour

    The Who to bring 'Quadrophenia' on tour
    The Who -- or what’s left of them – will bring their 1973 double-album “Quadrophenia” to the stage once again, founding members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey announced Wednesday. The 36-date tour includes a Nov. 29 date at...
  • Insight: What if baby boomers don't live forever?

    Insight: What if baby boomers don't live forever?
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - What if the generation that once rocked out to The Who's "hope I die before I get old" line actually does? Most retirement plans and federal budget projections assume baby boomers -- those Americans born between 1946 and 1964 --...
  • 'Beware of Mr. Baker' review: Bizarre doc captures madness behind the music

    'Beware of Mr. Baker' review: Bizarre doc captures madness behind the music
    *** (out of four) Thud! Whack! In different ways, those sounds summarize the opening of “Beware of Mr. Baker,” which first features the drumming attack of legendary Cream/Blind Faith drummer Ginger Baker—and then shows the now 70-...
  • Hey! Ho! Let's talk: Drummer Marky discusses keeping The Ramones legacy alive

     
    Marky Ramone, who was the drummer in the quintessential punk rock group The Ramones for 15 years in its heyday, says there’s a good reason why he continues to play Ramones songs. Marky Ramone As the lone surviving member of......
  • School Of Rock Teaches Students Music In Unique Way

    School Of Rock Teaches Students Music In Unique Way
    School is back in North Texas, and that included the School of Rock, where instead of learning about Shakespeare, Sir Isaac Newton and George Washington, students were taught about Led Zeppelin, Metallica and Nirvana. After their normal school day,...
  • Project X

    Project X
    It seems like only yesterday that the nerdy bunch in Superbad decided to have a big party, get all the girls, and become the big men on campus. This premise for a comedy is as old as the hills. And you always wish these would be done in a clever way....
  • Box sets 2011, from Beach Boys to U2

    Box sets 2011, from Beach Boys to U2
    Here are the most notable box sets of the season in rock and pop: Beach Boys, “The Smile Sessions” (Capitol/EMI, $137): Review HERE. Leonard Cohen, “The Complete Columbia Albums Collection” (Columbia/Legacy, $170): How much...
  • Tributes to the Who, George Martin

    Tributes to the Who, George Martin
    THERE ARE "once-in-a-lifetime" tribute and trophy shows most every weekend in Los Angeles, but Saturday night had been circled on the calendar for weeks by fans of the British Invasion as an evening of amazing confluence. Crosstown events promised to...