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  1. The Who commenced their first US tour on 22 March 1967. Townshend took to trashing his hotel suites, though not to the extent of his bandmate Moon. He also began experimenting with LSD, though stopped taking the drug after receiving a potent hit after the Monterey Pop Festival on 18 June. Released in December, their next album was The Who Sell Out—a concept album based on pirate radio, which ...

  2. Sur scène, Pete Townshend (et les Who) jouait aussi très fort [26] et fut à l'origine de l'invention de l'ampli Marshall 100 watt stack [21]. L'une des caractéristiques du jeu de scène était aussi la destruction de guitares. Pete Townshend est considéré comme étant le premier guitariste de rock à avoir détruit sa guitare sur scène [27].

  3. Pete Townshend. Pete Townshend, The Who’s guitarist and principal songwriter, was born into a musical family in Chiswick, West London, on May 19, 1945. His father Cliff played the alto saxophone with the RAF dance band The Squadronaires, and his mother Betty Dennis sang professionally.

  4. 6/12/2022 · Rock star Pete Townshend has admitted paying to enter an Internet site advertising child pornography but said he had done so "purely to see what was there". The admission came in a statement ...

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  6. Historia Años 1960. A finales de los años 50, influenciados por el rhythm and blues estadounidense y la música skiffle, Pete Townshend y John Entwistle se unieron a una banda de dixieland llamada The Confederates. [17] Townshend tocaba el banjo y Entwistle el corno francés, que había aprendido a tocar en su escuela. [18] Roger Daltrey conoció a Entwistle caminando por la calle con un ...

  7. 7 dec. the who announce first european dates in seven years. read more