The headlines surrounding rock's biggest concert tragedies were shocking, unforgettable. The question after each was: What next?
Coachella organizers will reportedly bring together Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Roger Waters, the Who and Neil Young for a once-in-a-lifetime festival in October.
At a show in Seattle, Sandler was joined by a bunch of his former 'Saturday Night Live' castmates and another '90s hero: Eddie Vedder.
The Oasis frontman is reportedly set to perform with the Who singer and others during a TV spot this week.
The Who's Pete Townshend and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder have announced a one-off benefit show in Chicago billed as "Celebrating the Who."
The Who will celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2015 with a world tour Pete Townshend claims will be their last, the NME reports. Speaking with the Evening Standard at a screening for 'Sensation,' a new film about the band's landmark 'Tommy' album, the singer and guitarist promised one last go-round and looked ahead to windmilling and smashing Strats in some new locales.
The Who, like British Invasion contemporaries the Rolling Stones, had no problem writing songs that referred explicitly to sex, booze and drugs, much to the dismay of square parents.