Tag Archives: Pete Townshend

Rock’s Greatest Leaps

Some are planned.  Some are spontaneous.  Some signify to the band when to end the song.  A well timed leap can always add excitement and surprise to shows.  In honor of leap day, I give you a few photos and videos of some memorable rock star leaps.   And what’s a leap day like without […]

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Who I Am

In January I saw The Who perform Quadrophenia which got me excited about a band I hadn’t thought much about since they did their farewell tour back in 1982 (yes, it was billed as a farewell tour something the Rolling Stones thankfully have never done but KISS did in 2000 and David Bowie “retired” songs in […]

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Waging Heavy Peace

Our Classic Rock Stars are talking.  Or rather they’re sitting at the old Smith-Corona (that’s just the way I imagine it) and typing out their life stories like Keith Richard’s “Life” or random bits and pieces of their history as  was the case with Bob Dylan’s Chronicles or retelling the fascinating start of a career […]

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Weekend in LA

Do you love The Who?  Do you love automobiles?  Well The Peterson Automobile Museum is hosting a listening party for The Who’s Quadrophenia.  I’m sure the sound will be a lot better than listening to it on your crappy computer speakers on  Spotify so go and enjoy! Extra cool points if you take your Vespa to […]

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