Badass Bass Recordings From The Late John EntwistleKenny would like to honor the late bass player of The Who the only way he knows how - by rocking.
Science Proves Bassists Are The Most Important Part Of A BandPeople tend to overlook bassists, but they're actually essential to the music.
Did Keith Moon Really Have the Flu When He Collapsed at the Boston Garden?Keith Moon collapsed on the Boston Garden stage in 1976, due to what The Who curiously called "the flu". Despite making a triumphant return that year, the questions of what really ailed Moon that night remain to this day.
How the Boston Garden and The Who Avoided a Repeat of the '79 Cincinnati TragedyTragedy struck in Cincinnati in 1979, as 11 fans were killed in a stampede at a concert by The Who. Mere weeks later, Boston Garden officials went above and beyond expectations to avoid a repeat of the violence. Here's how they did it.
The Who Were Almost an R&B Group Called "The High Numbers"Before they smashed guitars and exploded amplifiers, The Who were an R&B group known as the High Numbers. Thankfully for rock and roll fans, their first audition didn't go well enough.
K&M Corrections 09.09.13Great show, but Kevin and Pete messed up at their Pats Viewing Party at Trinity over the weekend.
How The Who's Stolen Equipment Led To The First 100-Watt AmpThe Who once believed their new equipment would be unsafe due to angry fans, so they went to shop for a guard dog. In one of the more ironic twists in rock history, while they were shopping for the dog the van containing their equipment got stolen.
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Top 10 Rock Star Drug OverdosesSadly, the history of rock is littered with tales of immense talent being snuffed by addiction to lethal narcotics. Here is our breakdown of 10 of the worst-case scenarios when rock stars got mixed up with hard drugs and lost.
The Who To Release "Live In Texas '75"Shot at the beginning of their tour for The Who By Numbers, they included a number of songs from that album including "Squeeze Box," "However Much I Booze," "Dreaming From The Waist," as well as earlier classics like "Substitute," "I Can't Explain," "Baba O'Riley" and "Behind Blue Eyes" and an extended Tommy section, with "Amazing Journey," "Acid Queen," "Pinball Wizard," "I'm Free" and "We're Not Gonna Take It/See Me, Feel Me."
5 Legendary John Entwistle Bass LinesJohn Entwistle of The Who was arguably the greatest rock & roll bassist to ever pick up the instrument. His influence is vast and riffs legendary. WZLX pays tribute to the legend with 5 of the best works of his time in The Who.