Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey — also known as the Who — have released a new song, "Be Lucky." You can check it out below. The song marks the first new material to be credited to the band since their 2006 comeback album, Endless Wire. The song is from The Who Hits 50!, a new career-spanning archival set that will be released October 27.
“That album has the song ‘I Can See for Miles,’ which really put the hooks in me. The Who Sell Out is still weird now! Nobody does anything that cool today. It’s great and goes all over the map, musically speaking.
Best of The Who (Hal Leonard) offers note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 25 classic hits from the Who. The book, which is available now at the Guitar World Online Store, is available now for $24.95.
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Pete Townshend is a killer tunesmith who has penned such rock classics as “My Generation,” “Baba O’Riley” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again.” But the Who guitarist and band leader is also among the most skilled and influential rock rhythm players in history.