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Pro News › Who Apperances › The Who set to face their fans' questions

I can't stand rap....people who can't sing do rap....you can sing rebellion as well as talk it....Hitler would have been in a rap band.

-- John Entwistle
MTV Week In Rock 1989

Who Apperances
The Who set to face their fans' questions





From the NME:
http://www.nme.com/news/the-who/31841

Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey launch film with Q&A session
16.Oct.07 3:46pm

The Who are set to premiere a new film about the band with a special question and answer session in London.

Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey are set to take questions at the screening of 'Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who' in High Street Kensington.

The film, which includes previously unseen interviews and performances, is being released on DVD on the same day.

Fans are able to buy tickets to the London premiere or watch live footage of the event at a series of screens around the country.

The event is being shown at:

Kensington (£25)
Norwich
Cardiff
Manchester Printworks
London Covent Garden (£15)
Birmingham
Sheffield
Southampton
Maidenhead
Wimbledon (£15)
Tonbridge Wells (£15)
Liverpool
Bath
Guildford (£15)
Grenwich
MEC Vienna (€7)
UCI/Kinowelt Dusseldorf (€7)

Tickets costs £12.50 unless otherwise stated. For more information go to Thewhomovie.com.


The Kids are Alright
One day like today...
1978
Roger is interviewed by members of the Who's News fanzine. He says that Pete has already signed his solo contract with Atlantic but that The Who haven't decided on a new label (he would prefer CBS). He says Kenney Jones is "the fourth member of the band from now on " but that this is just for studio work, not for live shows. He says The Who "are like an open wound; we need to seal it up. "",


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