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Suburban Steps to Rockland – a new documentary about the Ealing Club

Inspired by American touring blues acts such as Muddy Waters and Sister Rosetta Tharpe, and with the help of a 19-year-old art student Fery Asgari from Tehran, in 1962 guitarist Alexis Korner and harmonica player Cyril Davies opened the Ealing […]

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Frank Simes: The Who and I

The Who’s musical director Frank Simes was interviewed in July by Dai Nagata of TBS-TV, Japan and Frank’s story about his involvement with The Who is included in the Japanese edition of The Who’s Tommy Live At The Royal Albert Hall DVD […]

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Roger Daltrey’s autobiography due out in 2018

Blink Publishing is to publish the autobiography of Roger Daltrey, frontman of The Who, one of the worlds’ biggest and most influential rock bands of the 20th century. Publishing in autumn 2018, the book will take readers through Daltrey’s 50-year career with […]

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They call me the Seeker

I am delighted to be able to have this opportunity to perform an acting and singing role in The Seeker. The play includes a few songs from me, one I wrote for the Ferryman (the role I am taking on) […]

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The Ox Turns 73 years old.

October 9, 2017. On what would have been John Entwistle’s 73rd birthday we turn our thoughts to the Ox and remember all the good times, the gigs, the recordings, the extraordinary guitar collections, the driest of dry senses of humour […]

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A Who Fan’s Observations on seeing the band in South America

This is the first time that The Who play in Argentina and the rain was falling from the sky as if the heaven was crying of emotion. Suddenly Pete and Roger appear on the stage and the crowds were excited […]

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