The Who - Wembley Stadium & New Album

The Who – Wembley Stadium & New Album

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend chat to Absolute Radio’s Claire Sturgess about their upcoming Wembley Stadium gig and a new album on the horizon.

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42 thoughts on “The Who – Wembley Stadium & New Album

  1. One of the things I like about Roger, is how much he genuinely loves the Who. It's very obvious that the Who is his favorite band, that Pete is his favorite guitarist and songwriter, and that Keith and John are his favorite drummer and bass player.
    Not all rock stars have this level of affection for their band.

  2. Rock ambassadors stay viable regale your rock experienced bbc radio and archivist and music preservationists paramount as well as creating original music. Tout Salzburg Festival visionary Max Reinhardt pay homage to Richard Wagner Tristan and Isolde the poem the Rose and Vine celebrated a centennial. The Bayreuth classical festival is renown among classical music community. Cheers Sir Peter, Sir Roger and bandmates.

  3. "You've spoken in the pahst about an evening out with Keith Moon. People have actually died on such nights. Young people today likely don't know, and won't believe, the stories. Could you elaborate on what nights out in the 60's and 70's, when people died, were actually really like? It would be a wonderful education for today's young people."

  4. Pete Townshend and Rodger Daltrey change the course of history with their music how awesome band I wish I could have met them in person I'm 66 years old I would love to meet Rodger Daltrey and Peter Townsend but anyway I really enjoyed their music and I still listen to it

  5. Pete and Roger, after all they have been thru, have never gotten along better as a duo. They truly are different people, but you just don't see the tension here that you would've seen in 1975.

  6. I started listening to them in High School probably around 1970, and still listening at age 64 in 2019. I saw them not long before Keith died.

  7. IThanK GOD 4 PETE & SO SHUD ALL! HES BETTER THAN THE BEST! N SO WAS JOHN ! LONG LIVE ROCK SHUDA BIN PLAYED AT THE KENNEDY CENTER. AND THE REAL ME AS AN TRIBUTE TO JOHN N KIETH. GOD BLESS U PETE! I LOVE U DEARLY FOR TEACHIN ME TO LISTEN TO MUSIC. AND JOHN 2. ITS WHY I LOVE 2 PLAY BASS N🎸🎼🎤🎵 GUITAR. YOU DONT GET BORED TRYING TO🎓 LEARN WHO SONGS! U GET INSPIRED!😱😅😉😎

  8. I know deep down that Roger and Pete love each other as life long friends and all, but it really seems from their body language that they just can’t stand each other, mainly Pete. I could be wrong, but that’s the feeling that comes across to me.

  9. The who is the only band that I listen to on a daily basis, and that has been that way for nearly 50 years! And it never loses its punch! When I listen to the who I become an instant teenager!

  10. They look a damn side better than The Stones. Always were an intelligent band of killer individual musicians. Still relevant and passionate about music and life with an awesome back catalogue of songs. Long live The Who !

  11. Going to the concert,looking foward to seeing pure talent on stage as opposed to the garbage
    we are normally subjected to.Long live the lads .

  12. This show was in Philly May 25, 2019, and Townshend's 'Opto-Compulator' COMPRESSOR and Mid-Range BOOST FAILED, and no one could hear Townshend's GUITAR. I was really MAD that they did not STOP THE SHOW AND FIX THE FRIKKIN GUITAR ! The 'QUADROPHENIA' songs sounded terrible…..

  13. Age really is only a number! Buddy Guy just made one of his best albums ever and he's 82! I saw the Who twice on the Endless Wire Tour in Boston and they were incredible!

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