Peter Dennis Blandford "Pete" Townshend (19 de mayo de 1945) es un guitarrista, productor musical, cantante, multiinstrumentista y compositor británico de rock, reconocido principalmente por su trabajo con el grupo de rock The Who.
Pete Townshend is an English musician, co-founder, leader, guitarist, second lead vocalist and principal songwriter of the Who. He has written more than 100 songs for 12 of the Who's studio albums, including Tommy and Quadrophenia. He has also written and performed for other artists and projects, and received many awards and honors.
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.
The song Pete Townshend used to come out as bi-sexual
Rock 'n' roll has forever been grappling with stilted gender norms. In 1972, Pete Townshend's old pal David Bowie announced: “[I'm] gay, and always have been.”
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The following is the solo discography of British rock musician and recording artist Pete Townshend. Townshend's career as a published musician and songwriter began in 1964 as a member of rock band the Who , before branching out as a solo artist in the 1970s.
19 de may. de 2020 · Desde su enamoramiento homosexual por Mick Jagger, a su agresión a un policía en un concierto o su legendario viaje de LSD en avión, el historial de anécdotas increíbles del músico ...