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THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT ON BLURAY

THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT ON BLURAY

‘The Kids Are Alright’, one of the all time great rock films, many say the greatest, restored to its original mind-numbing assault on the senses, is now available in the U.S. for the very first time on Blu-ray.   The […]

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ROGER IN MEMPHIS

ROGER IN MEMPHIS

Two British icons took to the stage at the FedExForum in Memphis last Friday, but one of them truly shone.   “Still retaining a bit of the tanned, flaxen-haired luster of his youth, Daltrey opened with a solo that proved […]

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WANT TO MEET THE WHO AT ‘QUADROPHENIA’?

WANT TO MEET THE WHO AT ‘QUADROPHENIA’?

  Exclusive online auction to meet rock legends The Who at their concert for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall.   One of the world’s most explosive and innovative rock and roll bands, The Who, is offering fans […]

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GENERATIONS OF FANS CELEBRATE THE WHO AT CARNEGIE HALL

GENERATIONS OF FANS CELEBRATE THE WHO AT CARNEGIE HALL

Okay, it wasn’t the Super Bowl and The Who weren’t there themselves, but the spirit of the band and the spell they have cast in more than 46 years was alive and well and living in Carnegie Hall on Tuesday […]

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STANDING OVATION FOR ROGER IN TULSA

STANDING OVATION FOR ROGER IN TULSA

“It’s not often that the opening act at any concert gets a standing ovation,” writes Jennifer Chancellor in Tulsa World, reviewing the Eric Clapton gig, for which Roger Daltrey opened at the BOK Center in Tulsa. “But Clapton’s does. Especially […]

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ROGER SUPPORTS ERIC IN NASHVILLE

ROGER SUPPORTS ERIC IN NASHVILLE

Roger Daltrey opened for Eric Clapton at the Sommet Centre, Nashville, playing for just under an hour. The set list was as follows:   I Can See For Miles The Real Me Days of Light Freedom Ride Gimme a Stone […]

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