Pete Townshend busts out triple windmill during two classic songs
Just two weeks before his tragic death, the Who rehearsed "I Can See for Miles" with their legendary bassist
"We have a tradition of blowing the big ones," bassist recalls at 50th anniversary of fest
Louis Tomlinson, Brian May also join 50-plus line-up for "Bridge Over Troubled Water" single, benefitting victims of London's Grenfell Tower fire
Townshend will revisit the Who's famous double album with an orchestra to reach "classical and pop music lovers alike"
Also: Bruno Mars' funk party, U2’s 'Joshua Tree' encore and other must-see shows making the rounds
A Tribe Called Quest, Queens of the Stone Age, Solange also set for annual San Francisco fest
British outfit plot six-night "first run" at Caesar's Palace
Guitarist and songwriter on recapturing the joy of playing live, Roger Daltrey's health and more
Guitarist/songwriter reflects on how post-art-school loneliness led him to create a masterpiece
What will a European 'use it or lose it' copyright law mean for fans of Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen, Beatles and many others?
Hear previously unreleased track "The Girls I Could Have Had" from upcoming five-disc collection
Despite "Coachella for old people" baggage, historic event affirmed enduring power of six legendary artists
Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, the Who, thousands of fans gather in California
Waters floats a "Fuck Trump" pig, the Who crack jokes at electric final night of historic weekend in Indio, California