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12-12-12 Collection Available Now

Out now via iTunes is 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief. The collection, which features highlights from the December 12th star-studded concert at New York's Madison Square Garden, includes tracks by Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Roger Waters, Billy Joel, Bon Jovi, and more.

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29 Years Ago: The Who Announce Breakup

The Who were undoubtedly one of the most innovative and important hard rock bands of all time. Ranging from psychedelic pop rock material like 'I Can See For Miles' and 'Pinball Wizard' all the way through epic arena rock classics like 'Won't Get Fooled Again' and 'Who Are You,' they virtually single-handedly perfected both the concept album and the rock opera. But the latter part of the decade was unkind to the group, who experienced a series of misfortunes leading into the early part of the '80s. On Dec. 16, 1983, guitarist Pete Townshend announced that he was leaving the Who, effectively ending the group.

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Biopic To Be Made On Original Who Manager Kit Lambert

Original manager of the Who, Kit Lambert is headed to the big screen in a newly conceived biopic. Lambert, along with the recently deceased Chris Stamp, guided the Who through their formative years up through the early 1970s and now, according to the Hollywood Reporter, a film on Lambert's life is being planned with assistance from both Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend.

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The Who Steal the Show at 12-12-12 Benefit

It's a good thing neither Pete Townshend nor Roger Daltrey died before they got old, or else they would not have been able to rock Madison Square Garden tonight (Dec. 12). The Who put on a master class while rocking for a good cause, raising money for the Robin Hood Relief Fund to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.

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Watch the ’12-12-12′ Concert Here!

It may end up being the music event of the year, as the '12-12-12' Hurricane Sandy benefit show will be getting underway in just a few hours. For those unable to catch it on TV but have their computers handy, the show will be streaming online and can be seen in the player below.

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12-12-12 Live Collection Available For Pre-Order

Columbia Records will be releasing a selection of 24 tracks from tonight's (December 12th) 12-12-12: A Concert For Hurricane Sandy relief via iTunes.

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The Who Wrap 2012 Quadrophenia Dates

Last night (December 9th) the Who wrapped the 21-date 2012 leg of their ongoing Quadrophenia And More tour at Uncasville, Connecticut's Mohegan Sun Arena. Apart from their set at Wednesday night's 12-12-12: A Concert For Sandy Relief at New York's Madison Square Garden, the Who will be on hiatus until January 28th when the band launches its 2013 leg at Anaheim, California's Honda Center.

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12-12-12 Benefit Concert Will Air Live

The increasingly massive 12-12-12 benefit concert to help Hurricane Sandy relief efforts will now be broadcast live from Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 12th, beginning at 6:30 p.m. CT. The show will be broadcast worldwide on TV, radio and the Web, with an estimated one billion viewers or listeners potentially tuning in globally. Among the TV and cable channels carrying the concert in the U.S. are CBS, AMC, HBO, MSG, Showtime, VH1 Classic, Fuse and PBS. Websites that will stream the broadcast include AOL, Hulu, MTV, Yahoo, Vevo and more.

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Who Hit NYC, On ‘Grammy Special’ Tonight

The Who hit New York City tonight (December 5th), but for those outside of the Big Apple a performance taped on Sunday night (December 2nd) from the band's Nashville performance will be aired tonight on CBS' The Grammy Nominations Concert Live.

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Bon Jovi Doesn’t Want To Be a ‘Journeyman’

Jon Bon Jovi says he has no plans to still be performing when he is 75, and is amazed by the likes of Paul McCartney and The Who, both of whom will be on the bill with Jon at next week's Hurricane Sandy benefit at New York's Madison Square Garden.

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