The History of The Who

In this video, we take a look at the history of the rock band, The Who, which formed in 1964.
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25 Responses

  1. daniel mcdermott says:

    Love the who, one of the all time bands. But for me when Keith died, so did
    the band. That man was a god, no one else like him. 

  2. Washo Ramos says:

    Hands down my favorite band ever

  3. Aurelien Barriol says:

    fuck you cocaine whyd john have to die??

  4. John DesRoches says:

    What about Zak Starkey!

  5. AtillaGaming says:

    Whats the song at the very beginning?

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  8. Rachel Simon says:

    @G05Box Feb. 7, 2010 Superbowl, lol

  9. Pat Doyle says:

    I saw the Who live too, it was amazing

  10. 666Brago says:

    I saw The Who in concert on Saturday February 2, 2013. It was awesome.

  11. Victor Pettersson says:

    @TheMedinaPeoples there is something about woodstock…

  12. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    I love The Who.

  13. jpgr982 says:

    History of black sabbath

  14. Steve Shaha says:

    Is there any way I can see that performance? Stupid NBC cut away from the
    closing ceremonies to show the pilot for their latest (at that time)
    stupid, lame, failure of a new program.

  15. Rachel Simon says:

    alright, wow I forgot about this comment 🙂 yea I know that now, they did
    pretty well I guess.. Love zak starr

  16. Chip Cayer says:

    Going on without Keith was understandable, but when John Entwistle died,
    they should have ended it. It was shameless that they went on just days
    after his death. Obviously it was about the money. We call them “The Two”

  17. Marie Angel Piano says:


  18. funnyguy2oo0 says:

    What was the song in the beginning

  19. j rodriguez says:


  20. G05Box says:

    They made the 2009 SuperBowl half-time show, just sayin’.

  21. Mous tache says:

    I cant explain

  22. TheMedinaPeoples says:

    nothing about woodstock!?!? weird

  23. Caroline Martin says:

    Okay, that show was lame but Daltrey had to have surgery for a lump behind
    his larynx right after that. He was far from peak form. 2012 Olympics had
    him back on top

  24. Patrick Moore says:

    my favorite song by the who is substitute

  25. licks theanteater says:

    john entwistle, the best bassist ever

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