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Pete Townshend The Who 2000 Tour Diary #6

Pete gave us a look behind the scenes of traveling the California Coast in August of 2000. Here is installment number 6 from Irvine. Pete being his silly self.  

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Are we Getting In Tune? THE WHO Jones Beach July 9th 2000

From The Rock & Roll Category ‘Rarities’ we give you The Who live from Jones beach 2000 Tour the very rarely performed live ‘Getting in Tune’…. “Getting in Tune”

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THE WHO – RELAY (The Relay) Jones Beach July 9th 2000

“Relay” (titled “The Relay” in the United States) is a song written by Pete Townshend, the guitarist of The Who, for the band’s aborted Lifehouse project. The song was also

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THE WHO – Fragments – Fan Club DVD – Part #1 of 3 ….

This DVD from THE WHO, called Fragments, went out to platinum members of their fan club. The film combines live footage from the band’s 2006 dates with an in-depth behind the scenes look at The

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YOUNG MAN BLUES THE WHO MAY 18TH 1974 CHARLTON UK

“Young Man Blues” is a song by jazz artist Mose Allison. In Allison’s two-CD compilation set of 2002, Allison Wonderland, Allison reveals that the tune’s full title is: “Back

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THE WHO HOUSTON SUMMIT 1975 Naked Eye & RoadRunner

To quote an anonymous fan: They are simply ” the greatest classic rock band of all time.” They had massive sound, they had rock attitude, they had energy and visually fun to watch, and very

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Pete Townshend Tour Diary #5 – August 2000 The Hollywood Bowl

Pete Townshend gave us bits and pieces of the 2000 Tour in the form of Pete’s Tour Diaries …here we share installment #5 from California’s Hollywood Bowl August 14th 2000. Grateful that

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The Who’s Tommy on Broadway has it’s first birthday…it’s special

Pete Townshend performs with Michael Cervis & Donnie Kehr — April 30 1994 NYC West End Cafe – celebrating the 1 year birthday of The Who’s Tommy on Broadway. They perform Pinball

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The Rolling Stones Love Is Strong Bigger Bang 2005 – 2007 Mick Jagger Keith Richards Ron Wood Charlie Watts

Love Is Strong Bigger Bang 2005 – 2007 Mick Jagger Keith Richards Ron Wood Charlie Watts “Love Is Strong” is the opening track, and first single, by The Rolling Stones from their 1994

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The Rolling Stones on playing their 2000th Show in London

In 2005, the Stones announced plans for another world tour starting 21 August at a press conference and a mini concert at the Juilliard School in New York City. The A Bigger Bang Tour was expected to include

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