The Who’s Pete Townshend, Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready and Lenny Kravitz were among those who shared words about the legendary musician.
The Who have made a number of bold claims about their recent Glastonbury gig, in a new blog post. The post - which, according
When I reviewed the album a few weeks ago, I said that I loved all the songs, there wasn't one that I wanted to skip. Having seen the show live, I stand by that; the music flowed effortlessly and the vocal harmonies were joyful to hear but the star of the show, musically, comes right at the end.
When I spoke to him a few weeks ago, Alfie mentioned that some parts of the role were "trickier than others, mainly due to the emotion behind the words." Alfie has also said that the role is "harder than opera, but thrilling to sing". Nothing controversial about that statement!
The Last of the Troubadours arrive in our midst from that very English tradition of live playing, blended with a lyricism that has been informed by everything that rock, pop, soul and folk has thrown into the mix.
What's the most important music venue or historic location in London? The pedestrian crossing used by the Beatles in Abbey
Minchella learned the business the hard way - perhaps the best way - on the pub circuit, playing professionally for the first time in 1987, two years before the golden break with Ocean Colour Scene.
Rock legend Pete Townshend has described his decision to investigate the roots of child pornography as "insane". The Who
Pete Townshend, guitarist and songwriter for The Who, has described his decision to investigate the roots of child pornography
The Who stars Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are so impressed with the "medley" they've created for the closing ceremony