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2017
Maximum As & Bs
2016
My Generation (50th Anniversary / Super Deluxe)
2015
Live In Hyde Park
2015
Quadrophenia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
2015
Odds & Sods
2014
Live At Leeds (Bonus Track Version)
2014
It's Hard (Bonus Track Version)
2014
Quadrophenia: Live In London
2014
Two's Missing
2014
Endless Wire (Bonus Track Version)
2014
The Who By Numbers (Bonus Track Version)
2014
A Quick One (Bonus Track Version)
2014
The Who Hits 50
2014
Who Are You (Bonus Track Version)
2014
The Who Sell Out (Mono Version) [Bonus Track Version]
2014
Who's Missing
2014
Who's Next (Bonus Track Version)
2014
Quadrophenia (Super Deluxe)
2014
A Quick One (Mono Version) [Bonus Track Version]
2014
Face Dances (Bonus Track Version)
2013
Quadrophenia (Remastered)
2012
Live At Hull 1970
2011
Quadrophenia (Super Deluxe)
2010
Live At Leeds (40th Anniversary Edition)
2010
Greatest Hits Live
2010
It's Hard (Remastered) [Bonus Track Version]
2010
Live Greatest Hits
2009
The Who Sell Out (Deluxe)
2006
Endless Wire (Bonus Track Version)
2004
The Who - Then and Now (1964-2004)
2003
Who's Next
1999
BBC Sessions (Live)
1999
20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best of The Who
1997
Face Dances (Remastered Deluxe]
1996
The Who By Numbers
1996
Tommy (Remastered)
1995
Who's Next (Bonus Track Version)
1995
The Who Sell Out (Remastered) [Bonus Track Version]
1995
Live At Leeds (25th Anniversary Edition)
1990
Join Together (Live Performances from the 1989 U.S. Tour)
1990
Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy
1978
Who Are You
1971
Who's Next
1970
Live At the Isle of Wight Festival 1970
1965
The Who Sings My Generation
SEP
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The Who at Madison Square Garden (September 1, 2019)
Venue: Madison Square Garden (New York, NY, US) Find tickets
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The Who with Moon Vs Sun at Scotiabank Arena (September 3, 2019)
Venue: Scotiabank Arena (Toronto, ON, Canada) Find tickets
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The Who at Xcel Energy Center (September 6, 2019)
Venue: Xcel Energy Center (St. Paul, MN, US) Find tickets
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The Who at Alpine Valley Music Theatre (September 8, 2019)
Venue: Alpine Valley Music Theatre (East Troy, WI, US) Find tickets
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The Who at Blossom Music Center (September 10, 2019)
Venue: Blossom Music Center (Cuyahoga Falls, OH, US) Find tickets
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13
The Who at Fenway Park (September 13, 2019)
Venue: Fenway Park (Boston, MA, US) Find tickets
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15
The Who at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater (September 15, 2019)
Venue: Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater (Wantagh, NY, US) Find tickets
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The Who at State Farm Arena (September 18, 2019)
Venue: State Farm Arena (Atlanta, GA, US) Find tickets
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20
The Who at BB&T Center (September 20, 2019)
Venue: BB&T Center (Sunrise, FL, US) Find tickets
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22
The Who at Amalie Arena (September 22, 2019)
Venue: Amalie Arena (Tampa, FL, US) Find tickets
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25
The Who at Toyota Center (September 25, 2019)
Venue: Toyota Center (Houston, TX, US) Find tickets
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27
The Who at American Airlines Center (September 27, 2019)
Venue: American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX, US) Find tickets
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29
The Who at Pepsi Center (September 29, 2019)
Venue: Pepsi Center (Denver, CO, US) Find tickets
OCT
09
The Who at Chase Center (October 9, 2019)
Venue: Chase Center (San Francisco, CA, US) Find tickets
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11
The Who at Hollywood Bowl (October 11, 2019)
Venue: Hollywood Bowl (Hollywood, CA, US) Find tickets
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The Who at Hollywood Bowl (October 13, 2019)
Venue: Hollywood Bowl (Hollywood, CA, US) Find tickets
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16
Liam Gallagher and The Who at Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University (October 16, 2019)
Venue: Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University (San Diego, CA, US) Find tickets
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19
The Who at T-mobile Park (October 19, 2019)
Venue: T-mobile Park (Seattle, WA, US) Find tickets
OCT
21
The Who at Rogers Arena (October 21, 2019)
Venue: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC, Canada) Find tickets
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23
The Who at Rogers Place (October 23, 2019)
Venue: Rogers Place (Edmonton, AB, Canada) Find tickets
The Who Aug 20, 2019
Which countries have you seen The Who play in? Fly your flags. 🇬🇧
The Who Aug 18, 2019
Which one are you choosing for your Sunday listening? 👇
The Who Aug 17, 2019
50 YEARS OF TOMMY 17 August 1969. So here we are, posting this at 5.00am ET on 17 August 2019, fifty years to the minute (give or take one or two) since The Who walked on stage at Woodstock Music & Art Fair at Max Yasgur's farm in Bethel, NY and began their set, which was to last for approximately 70 minutes. They were exhausted, tired from hanging around all of the previous day waiting to go on stage (they were supposed to go on at around 10.00pm), tired that they were having trouble getting paid and wired because their drinks had been spiked with LSD. Pete had come with his wife Karen and their five-month-old daughter Emma. They were staying at the Howard Johnson motel in Liberty, a dozen or so miles from the venue as were John and Alison Entwistle. Roger came with his then girlfriend/future wife Heather Taylor, driven to the festival site by Heather’s mother in her VW bus. How Keith got there is a mystery! Most probably with the band’s road manager John ‘Wiggy’ Wolff. Saturday 16 August had kicked off at 12.15pm with a set by Quill, followed at 1.00pm by Country Joe McDonald, 2.00pm: Santana, 3.30pm: John Sebastian, 4.45pm: The Keef Hartley Band, 6.00pm: The Incredible String Band, 7.30pm: Canned Heat, 9.00pm: Mountain, 10.30pm: The Grateful Dead, 12.30am: Creedence Clearwater Revival, 2.00am: Janis Joplin, 3.30am: Sly & The Family Stone and finally at 5.00am . . . The Who. They opened their set with John’s ‘Heaven and Hell’ followed by ‘I Can’t Explain’ and then launched into a 17-song cut-down version of Tommy ending up with ‘Summertime Blues’, ‘Shakin’ All Over’ and a long closing jam of ‘My Generation’ leading into ‘Naked Eye’. During Tommy, as they had finished ‘Pinball Wizard’ and were about to begin ‘Do You Think It’s Alright?’ political activist Abbie Hoffman appeared on stage, grabbed Pete’s mic and went off on a rant about the imprisonment of John Sinclair, the MC5’s manager and leader of the White Panther movement. He should have known better. Pete hit him with the neck of his guitar and booted him off the stage. But the climax of The Who’s performance was around 6.05am. Roger: “The thing that saved us was the sun coming up. When I sang ‘See Me, Feel Me' the sun peeked over the back of the crowd. It was the best light show we could ever have had!” Nevertheless neither he nor the rest of the band were impressed with their performance at Woodstock. In a recent interview with the NY Times he commented “It was a particularly hard one for me, because of the state of the equipment. It was all breaking down. I’m standing in the middle of the stage with enormous Marshall 100 watt amps blasting my ears behind me. Moon on the drums in the middle. I could barely hear what I was singing.” Pete wasn’t that impressed either. “All those hippies wandering about thinking the world was going to be different from that day. As a cynical English arsehole I walked through it all and felt like spitting on the lot of them and shaking them and trying to make them realise that nothing had changed and nothing was going to change. Not only that, what they thought was an alternative society was basically a field full of six-foot-deep mud and laced with LSD. If that was the world they wanted to live in, then f**k the lot of them.” Even though The Who didn't think their set was up to much at Woodstock, take a look at this video of them performing ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ / ‘See Me, Feel Me’ and just see how good they really were in those early hours of 17 August all those years ago. The Set List: Heaven And Hell I Can’t Explain It’s A Boy 1921 Amazing Journey Sparks Eyesight To The Blind Christmas The Acid Queen Pinball Wizard Do You Think It’s Alright? Fiddle About There’s A Doctor I’ve Found Go To The Mirror I’m Free Tommy’s Holiday Camp We’re Not Gonna Take It See Me, Feel Me Summertime Blues Shakin’ All Over My Generation/Naked Eye https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaUDOzorCcI
The Who Aug 16, 2019
From Soho down to Brighton...
The Who Aug 15, 2019
Win The Who’s ‘My Generation’ Deluxe 3LP Vinyl Edition! - https://www.udiscovermusic.com/competitions/the-who-giveaway/
The Who Aug 12, 2019
WHO's kept their ticket stubs from gigs over the years? Show us yours. Photo: Alex Barron-Hough
The Who Aug 12, 2019
5.00am ET, this Saturday August 17th marks the 50th anniversary of The Who taking the stage at Woodstock where they played a stunning set culminating in the sun rising an hour later just as Roger sang "See me, feel me, touch me, heal me . . . " We're currently looking for any New York Who fans who were at Woodstock and saw The Who play that day. If you were there, let us know.
The Who Aug 11, 2019
Last week, we asked when you first discovered The Who. It was great to see so many personal stories. Keep them coming! ⬇ ️
The Who Aug 08, 2019
The Garden
The Who Aug 08, 2019
Roger Daltrey recalls the mud, the music and the madness. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/07/arts/music/roger-daltrey-who-woodstock.html
The Who Aug 08, 2019
Last chance to WIN a trip to Boston to meet Roger Daltrey & Pete Townshend at The Who’s Fenway Park show! Donations support Teen Cancer America—enter now: http://bit.ly/You-Win-VIP-The-Who
The Who Aug 08, 2019
Pete Townshend, 2011. Have you heard 2019’s Orchestral iteration of Tommy yet?
The Who Aug 07, 2019
It's been a month since the fantastic Wembley Stadium show. We've replicated the setlist on Spotify so you can relive the night. Listen here: smarturl.it/TheWhoWembley
The Who Aug 06, 2019
50 YEARS OF TOMMY 4 August 1969. Another gig for The Who at the Pavilion in Bath, a venue which they played at many times during the 1960s – this being their eighth appearance here. But someone made a bit of a mistake on this flyer. Can you spot it?
The Who Aug 05, 2019
✏️🗒
The Who Aug 04, 2019
Do you know what it was called? #TheWhoTrivia
The Who Aug 03, 2019
The Who's keyboard supremo and backing vocalist Loren Gold is our guest editor on Backstage Blog. Find out what it's like behind the scenes. https://www.thewho.com/backstage-blog/loren-gold-our-guest-editor-of-backstage-blog/
The Who Aug 02, 2019
50 YEARS OF TOMMY 2 August 1969. A first-time appearance for The Who this Saturday night in '69 at the Winter Garden In Eastbourne, Sussex. The venue is still going – although it's currently closed for renovations. No, it's nothing to do with any damage caused by The 'Oo fifty years ago!
The Who Aug 01, 2019
Have you got your tickets for the second stretch of the Moving On! Tour yet? thewho.com/tour
The Who Jul 31, 2019
Name one venue that you would love to see The Who play.
The Who Jul 30, 2019
50 YEARS OF TOMMY 28 July 1969. The Who had a strong following up in the North East, playing gigs at the Bay Hotel in Whitburn and several Tyneside clubs and ballrooms. These gigs had all been set up by Geoff Docherty who on this day in 1969 opened the Fillmore North at the Locarno Ballroom in Sunderland. Who else then did he get to open his new club but The Who.
The Who Jul 29, 2019
Performing Tommy in 1969 at Fillmore east. Photo: Amalie R. Rothschild
The Who Jul 29, 2019
The Who are getting themselves back to the garden. Fifty years after the iconic band took to the stage at Woodstock in August '69, they really will be back at the Garden. The Who have added a return Madison Square Garden show in New York City on September 1st to kick off the fall leg of their much heralded 2019 North American MOVING ON! TOUR. Each performance is supported by a 48-piece local symphony orchestra. Get your tickets for Madison Square Garden here https://tinyurl.com/y67qh3ka https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhNyHUTGOQw
The Who Jul 27, 2019
50 YEARS OF TOMMY On this day, in 1969, The Who played Redcar Jazz Club, North Yorkshire. Here's Roger Daltrey photographed on the night by Graham Lowe.
The Who Jul 26, 2019
Happy 76th birthday Mick Jagger with love from Pete and Roger. Photo by Davies & Starr.