Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend make first late-night U.S. TV performance since 2006
"It's almost like the four of them communicated together on a psychic level. They also probably did a lot of speed"
Madison Square Garden also remembers rock legend who frequently "sat in the first row right beside the stage"
Keith Moon hid explosives in his drum kit for "My Generation" performance in 1967
Hear the singer-songwriter's rollicking "Corner Painter"
From power-pop anthems to operatic epics to stadium-size rockers and beyond
"Often drummers are supposed to be the line on the paper where you write the sentence, but Keith Moon is the exclamation point"
Who bassist was one of just two acts from the original festival to be brought back for the disastrous 1999 edition
Amazing, rarities-packed set marks the group's greatest post-Keith Moon concert
Original ticket purchases will be honored at rescheduled dates
Who singer diagnosed with viral meningitis; band honoring original tickets at future shows
'The Who in Hyde Park' hits U.S. movie theaters on October 8th
From the Smothers to Neil Patrick Harris, how TV's old-school format got subversive and hip
104-piece London Symphony Orchestra adds heft to 'Tommy' classic
Watch the Who and Pink Floyd guitar icons perform "Won't Get Fooled Again" in 1985 as Deep End