John Entwistle Covers
Seven years after its "Farewell Tour," the band is back
The Who say goodbye before they get old, and hello to a very uncertain future
Guitarist confronts alcoholism and the end of his band's run
"We didn't call it festival seating," says a Riverfront Coliseum employee. "We called it animal seating, because when they came in, they came in like a herd of cattle"
Months before Keith Moon's death, the band speaks with Rolling Stone
An account of the Who since 'Quadrophenia,' his personal crisis . . . and a happy ending
A Q&A with the Who's unhinged British millionaire drummer about the band's origins, 'Tommy,' touring, dealing with massive success, unbridled hedonism
"I quickly realized that it was really the brilliant, untapped writing talent of our lead guitarist that held the key to our success."
In the conclusion of Pete Townshend's 1968 Rolling Stone Interview, the Who guitarist ruminates on the state of rock and roll