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The Who founding members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend.

The Who Claim to Have Replaced Prince at Glastonbury; Allege Sabotage

Buzz 08:34AM EDT

The Who have made two bold claims in a recent blog post on the band's blog, stating both that its equipment had been sabotaged prior to its Glastonbury performance, and that it had replaced Prince on the lineup.READ MORE

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Brandon Flowers' 'The Desired Effect' Beats Mariah Carey, Faith No More for No. 1 Album in UK

Buzz 09:54AM EDT

Brandon Flowers wrote that "You Can't Deny My Love," and it seems as though you can't deny him a No. 1 album, either. The Killers frontman's latest solo album The Desired Effect has arrive at the top of the album chart in the United Kingdom, besting album releases from Faith No More, Mariah Carey and Paul WellerREAD MORE

The Who founding members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend.

The Who Confirmed to Be Final Glastonbury 2015 Headliner

Buzz 08:37AM EDT

The Who have been confirmed as the final headlining act at the Glastonbury Music Festival, just a few days after rumors flew regarding the legendary rockers performing on the Pyramid Stage. Paul Weller will serve as the opener for the group on Sunday, the last night of the event.READ MORE

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Oasis Reunion: Noel Gallagher Says Paul Weller Would Attack Him if it Happened

Buzz 17:35PM EDT

Paul Weller is much more well-known in his native England than in America, but stateside Oasis fans should still be familiar with the man who played guitar and sang backing vocals on "Champagne Supernova." The 56-year-old is best known for his work with The Jam, and he's apparently adamant that Noel Gallagher should not reform the UK's greatest modern rock outfit.READ MORE

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