45 years ago at 5am on Sunday just before the Jefferson Airplane took the Woodstock stage in 1969, the rock outfit, The Who played their rock opera titled “Tommy”. The story of a deaf, dumb, and blind boy who is cured of his ailments and gains stardom became a legendary performance. Although not an apex performance in the Who’s career, Woodstock helped solidify the band’s place in rock history. The former jazz band created by John Entwistle and Pete Townsend called The Confederates initially featured a banjo and a French horn. After a few shuffles and chance encounters, The Who settled on the lineup of Pete Townsend (guitar), John Entwistle (Bass), Roger Daltry (Vocals), and Keith Moon (Drums). During their early performances, The Who was known for destroying instruments after Townsend accidently put the neck of his guitar through the ceiling at one of the shows and preceded to smash the rest of it after being angered by the crowd.
I want a relationship that’s just like super cool friendship with like kissing
so in my new apartment there’s a random hole in the wall, just big enough for a drake bell shrine
An Englishman, a Frenchman, a Spaniard and a German are all standing watching a street performer do some excellent juggling. The juggler notices that the four gentlemen have a very poor view, so he stands up on a large wooden box and calls out, “Can you all see me now?”
Took me about ten minutes to finally understand this
stupidest/most awesome joke ever