by (@McBeardo)

Who Goes To The Movies: 15 Films About + Starring Members Of The Who


The movie Tommy debuted on March 19, 1975, setting the world ablaze as madman filmmaker Ken Russell transformed the Who’s 1969 rock opera into one of cinema’s all-time most audacious and incendiary trips of sight, sound, and fury.

In honor of Tommy’s 40th anniversary, then, let’s take a look back at the Who’s other contributions to film history, be it in the form of documentaries, concert movies, or performances by each individual band member—well, all except bassist John Entwistle who, aside from voicing himself on The Simpsons, never seemed to get bitten by the acting bug (perhaps Boris the Spider ate it in Ox’s case).

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by (@JordanRuntagh)

Who’s Last: Roger Daltrey On New Music, Final Tours, And 50 Years Of The Who


Roger Daltrey is definitely busier than you. Despite having just turned 70, the legendary frontman of The Who is still ambitious, still rebellious, and still the King of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Scream. This April marks 50 years since Keith Moon (Patent British Exploding Drummer) joined forces with the band, completing the lineup that made them unstoppable. Even though the tragic deaths of Moon and thundering bassist John Entwistle have reduced the original four to two, Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend are still out on the road, defending their title of Rock’s Best (and loudest) Live Act -until now.

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by (@BHSmithNYC)

The Who’s Roger Daltrey Turns 70! Hear His 7 Greatest Screams!

They say March roars in like a lion so it’s only fitting that today, March 1st, happens to be the 70th birthday of the lion-manned singer of one of rock’s greatest bands and possessor of one of music’s greatest roars, Roger Daltrey of The Who.  Whether as a young, hard-nosed mod, the many-curled icon of the Tommy musical or the tight-shirted, muscular arena rocker, the singer is known for belting out some of the most throat-shredding known screams in hard rock history. And while the years of larynx abuse have brought his range down some recently, anyone who’s seen The Who live in the past couple years, knows he’s still a riveting frontman and powerful vocalist.  So in honor of his 7 decades on thie planet, check out 7 of Roger Daltrey’s greatest screams! Read more…

by (@_bobina)

Win Tickets To See The Who In Concert!

So, we have one question: Who wants to see The Who in concert? Who, who, who, who! You?

One of the loudest, hardest-rocking and most iconic bands in the biz is back and ready to rock! The Who’s Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are gearing up for a 36-date North American tour, during which they’ll perform their iconic 1973 double album Quadrophenia in its entirety. And, of course, they’ll also play their other classic hits, and we want to make sure that YOU are there when it happens.

VH1 Classic and Palladia have a VIP package, 10 pairs of tickets, 5 Deluxe Quadrophenia CDs, and an autographed Quadrophenia movie poster to give away, and winning something is easy!

Here’s how…