The Who to disband due to Pete Townshend’s tinnitus?

Band's Teenage Cancer Trust gig in March could prove pivotal

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The Who‘s future as a group has been thrown into question after Pete Townshend revealed that his tinnitus has returned.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Townshend admitted that the ringing in his ears could mean the end for the band.

“If my hearing is going to be a problem, we’re not delaying shows, we’re finished,” he admitted. “I can’t really see any way around the issue.”

Townshend is set to test a new in-ear monitoring system to help combat his tinnitus during The Who‘s Teenage Cancer Trust gig on March 30.

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