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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
Band amps up the classic anthem with a horn section
'Face the Face' concert set finds Deep End supergroup playing Townshend solo, Who cuts
"Any time I get stressed now, I just think of that feeling and the worries go away," the Who singer says
Before "Who Cares About the Next Generation" concert, singer looks back at Sixties shows and ahead to post-tour life
Springsteen's full-band 'Nebraska,' Neil Young's 'Homegrown' and other shelved projects by major artists
Three-day fest dubbed Desert Trip will take place this fall
"I think AC/DC will miss Brian [Johnson] much more than Brian will miss AC/DC," the Who singer says
"I just hope a lot of normal fans can get tickets before they get snatched up," singer says
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend make first late-night U.S. TV performance since 2006
Madison Square Garden also remembers rock legend who frequently "sat in the first row right beside the stage"