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Sometime in the past day or two, The Zimmers, fronted by 90-year-old Alf, crossed into the realm of net sensation with their cover of the Who's "My Generation." And you don't know what those lyrics…   Read Story »
The 62-year-old rocker did an interview with Virgin radio, playing a proselytizing Ponce De Leon, cluing fans in to his secret fountain of youth. Via Uncut:Daltrey says that he likes to drink tea…   Read Story »
Our friends Rachel and Pete of the web-based TV programme In The Attic and umm, The Who, would like to tell ya about the new project they're working on called Attic Jam -- after which The Raconteurs…   Read Story »
The music mavens at the venerable Time magazine have compiled their list of the "ALL-TIME 100" albums -- unranked and broken down by decade. We're not sure what's better: that only five albums of the…   Read Story »
In honor of Guns N' Roses pulling their shit together and working a well-received and functional tour (with a gig at Continental Arena tonight and MSG on Friday), the New York Post put together a…   Read Story »
From this weekend's NY Times:?I don?t particularly like the world technology has created. Has anything really gotten better with the computer, or are you just doing more and more of less and less?…   Read Story »
While sitting in the green room in Sirius's studios and waiting for an interview with Howard, Pete Townshend heard Stern's on-air elaboration of potential subjects for their imminent interview and,…   Read Story »
Two tunes from Endless Wire (10/31) -- the Who's first new studio album in 24 years -- are streaming here.   Read Story »
Golden Fiddle links to some casting news about an upcoming Keith Moon biopic. Apparently comedian Mike Myers has signed on to play the wild Who drummer. Pete Townshend has yet to complain about it on…   Read Story »