Pete Townshend has been one of the leading lights in rock guitar history with his influence spreading far and wide.
The main songwriter in The Who on the band’s 11 studio albums including concept albums and the rock operas Tommy and the recently revisited Quadrophenia.
His career with The Who spans more than 40 years and to the present day he remains a relevant figure in the music industry.
After an acoustic performance at the Royal Albert Hall for The Prince’s Trust Rock Gala concert at to raise funds for disadvantaged young people Music-News.com managed to get an exclusive interview with Pete in his dressing room below the main stage to find out more.
We talked youth unemployment, Johnny Rotten for Jimmy in Quadrophenia and wearing ear defenders on the loo! Click below for the whole uncut interview.