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Roger Daltrey announces UK ‘Who Was I’ Tour

WHO WAS I ACOUSTIC • ELECTRIC • Q&A • CLASSIC • SOLO HITS & RARITIES Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham, London,  Brighton, Southend, Oxford, Glasgow, Newcastle,  Liverpool, Portsmouth, Bournemouth  A special evening of Who classics, rarities, solo hits and fan Q&A Tickets on […]

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Connor Selby: New Album out 10 September

If you were at Wembley Stadium in July 2019 and lucky to catch the opening band, then you’ll certainly know of Connor Selby. Connor opened for The Who on that day, followed by Imelda May, Kaiser Chiefs, Eddie Vedder and, […]

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Charlie Watts 1941-2021

“I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Charlie’s wife Shirley, the rest of his family and to the guys in the band. He was always the perfect gentleman, as sharp in his manner of dress as he was […]

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Dave ‘Cy’ Langston

It is with heavy hearts that we announce that our dear friend, Dave ‘Cy’ Langston passed away on Saturday 17 July following a short illness. Cy had been involved in working with The Who since he was first hired as […]

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The Ox: 9 October 1944 – 27 June 2002

From Roger’s statement on John Entwistle’s passing, 19 years ago today. “I just hope that God has got his earplugs ready. Whatever happens, he’ll have to reinvent thunder as it simply won’t be loud enough anymore!” – Roger Daltrey, Los […]

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Teenage Cancer Trust: Cancer & Mental Health #Not OK: Join our campaign

Nearly half of all young people with cancer told Teenage Cancer Trust they didn’t have access to a psychologist during their treatment. Our nurses and Youth Support Coordinators do amazing work to support young people emotionally. But for many young […]

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