As part of the campaign #StayHome (stay home) from YouTube, The Who will launch a series of concerts with live performances. It will be a weekly series and will have the name «Join Together @ Home», on the band’s official YouTube channel.
Everything will start this Saturday August 8 at 1:00 p.m. From Chile with a live performance with original band members at the Shea Stadium in New York, in 1982.
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In addition, those who join the broadcast of the series «Join Together @ Home»With The Who they can also help a charitable cause. They will be able to donate to two foundations related to cancer in youth and children, The Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.
Right here we leave you the box where you can see the premiere with the first chapter of the series:
The above, because Roger Daltrey has been a sponsor of both charities for years
Your donation can help continue to improve the lives and outcomes of teens and young adults with cancer. Only in In the United States, nearly 90,000 teens and young adults face a cancer diagnosis each year.
Learn more about the series and also how to make donations here.
New album «WHO»
In December 2019, the founding members of The Who still alive, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, released a new record material for the band.
It is “Who” that came with the collaboration of others musicians, such as Zak Starkey (Ringo Starr’s son), Simon Townshend (Pete’s brother), Pino Palladino and Benmont Tench, and consisting of 14 completely unreleased songs.
“I think that We have made our best album since Quadrophenia in 1973. Pete has not lost his talent, he is still a fabulous composer and he still has that avant-garde ”, were the words of Daltrey himself to describe the album, which you can listen to here.