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‘My friends will be joining me': Kenney Jones to reunite with the Who for benefit

‘My friends will be joining me': Kenney Jones to reunite with the Who for benefit

Jones was with the Who for two studio albums, and also appeared with them at Live Aid.

The Friday Morning Listen: AC/DC – If You Want Blood You’ve Got It (1978)

The Friday Morning Listen: AC/DC – If You Want Blood You’ve Got It (1978)

What with the rumors flying earlier this week about the health of AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, I was pretty sure I’d be writing an obit/appreciation piece by now.

‘He was a true artist': The Who’s Roger Daltrey remembers the late John Entwistle

‘He was a true artist': The Who’s Roger Daltrey remembers the late John Entwistle

As the Who approaches the June 2002 anniversary of co-founder John Entwistle’s passing, Roger Daltrey remembers the bassist’s influence, his presence and perhaps his greatest performance.

Gimme Five: Post-Keith Moon Songs by the Who

Gimme Five: Post-Keith Moon Songs by the Who

Perhaps, in hindsight, Led Zeppelin had the right idea: When your linchpin drummer dies, simply call it quits. Not so, the Who — who thereby created a second, less celebrated legacy without Keith Moon.

The Who – Tommy (1969; 2013 reissue)

The Who – Tommy (1969; 2013 reissue)

At once ambitious and complex, the Who’s Tommy stands as a shining moment in their vast career. Their sweeping work redefined the “concept album” and set the standard for rock operas such as Green Day’s American Idiot.

Streams: Previously unheard live version of the Who’s “Pinball Wizard”

Streams: Previously unheard live version of the Who’s “Pinball Wizard”

Who fans can get a sneak peek at a previously unreleased live version of “Pinball Wizard” from the forthcoming limited-edition Tommy set — if you can crack a fun memory game at the band’s web site.

‘I would have given anything not to have joined': Kenney Jones remembers his time with the Who

Though he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year as a member of the Small Faces and Faces, for a time beginning in the late 1970s Kenney Jones was best known as drummer for the Who.

Almost Hits: Roger Daltrey, “After the Fire” (1985)

Almost Hits: Roger Daltrey, “After the Fire” (1985)

A Who song that wasn’t, Pete Townshend’s “After the Fire” would become the highlight of Roger Daltrey’s emotionally unbound 1985 solo album Under a Raging Moon, but could get no higher than No. 48 on the Billboard Hot 100.

‘Pretty famous, isn’t he?': Roger Daltrey on Jimmy Page’s contribution to the Who’s “I Can’t Explain”

Roger Daltrey sorts through the curious situation that found Jimmy Page playing guitar on a track by the Who, after their producer asked him in during the sessions for “I Can’t Explain.” “Pretty famous, isn’t he?” Daltrey muses.

‘He was very, very drunk': Original Quadrophenia era saw the Who devolve into a nasty tangle

‘He was very, very drunk': Original Quadrophenia era saw the Who devolve into a nasty tangle

As the Who gears up for another series of shows featuring Quadrophenia, beginning on June 8, 2013 at Dublin, it’s worth remembering that things haven’t always gone so well