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Who Cares: Chatting With Roger Daltrey, It's Casual's Eddie Solis and INVSN's Dennis Lyxzen, Control Visits Chic-A-Go-Go, Plus a Stangeheart Exclusive

Mike Ragogna | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

"We just went into the studio with the ambition to put out as good a music as we could do and we didn't really worry about whether it was going to be successful. We put it out there and it catches the public's imagination."

Long Live Rock! A Beatle, a Stone and an Animal Salute The Who's Pete Townshend (VIDEO)

Gregory Weinkauf | Posted 04.05.2013 | Entertainment
Gregory Weinkauf

To know Pete Townshend a little is to love him. And to know Pete Townshend a lot (as guitarist, singer, rocker, lyricist, poet, author, producer, philanthropist and, objectively-speaking, visionary) is to love him even more.

Music Must Change: The Who's 'Who Are You'

Lily Armstrong | Posted 02.13.2013 | Teen
Lily Armstrong

To say that The Who's album "Who Are You" is still relevant is an understatement, for it is not only still relevant, but it perhaps more relevant than it has ever been.

The Who Song Gets A Video, 39 Years Later

Posted 03.23.2012 | Home

The Who set out to find the perfect visuals for their rock opera epic "5.15" from 1973's Quadrophenia. They didn't' start searching, though, until 39 ...

New Tunes On Monday: Green Day, Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood, Tori Amos, Kate Voegele, and Mat Kearney

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

Though Tori Amos' career may have suffered from being overly prolific and recording some questionable cover songs, every new album is a bouquet of interesting, intelligent songs for her loyal fans.

The Punk And The Godmother -- A Timely Parable

Martin Lewis | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Martin Lewis

The Punk had suddenly broken big and he was now the most popular artist at his label. His fans loved him. But there was a problem looming.