Pete Townshend is undeniably one of rock music's most dynamic performers. The Who guitarist has always been notable for his energetic stage exertions -- particularly his signature "windmill" move, which consists of Townshend swinging his arm around in a furious windup before delivering a powerful strike to sound power chords on his guitar. In an interview with David Letterman, the musician says his trademark move was inspired by fellow rock icon Keith Richards.
Chris Stamp, the former co-manager of the Who, died of cancer on Saturday (November 24th) in New York City at age 70. Stamp, who was the younger brother of actor Terrence Stamp, played a pivotal role in the band's early career.
Pete Townshend turned a few heads in his new memoir, Who I Am, when he said that Mick Jagger was the only man he ever wanted to have sex with. Townshend -- who countered Keith Richards' recent portrayal of the alleged small size of Jagger's penis in his own autobiography, Life.
Pete Townshend, who's currently on tour with the Who behind a revival of their 1973 rock opera Quadrophenia, took time out to update fans on his state of mind as the Who delve into their first road trek in four years -- as well as talking a bit of politics
After Pete Townshend left the stage for a couple of songs on opening night of the Who's Quadrophenia and more tour November 1st, Saturday's show in Orlando featured the first full show from the band and the Who decided to juggle the encore songs around from opening night
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