The Who want fans memorabilia for 50th anniversary celebrations

The Who have appealed directly to fans to go through their memorabilia for anything rare that could be included in their upcoming Who Hits 50 celebrations. The band have already confirmed a tour to celebrate their 50th anniversary, and a new hits package due for release in October. Now they have announced that they are looking for rare radio and TV performances, home movies from gigs, bootleg material, demos, unusual photos and memorabilia.

Trending Now

Ways to keep reading Uncut during lockdown

Even if you can't leave the house, there's no need to miss an issue

Watch Jake Xerxes Fussell play an exclusive Uncut session

Recorded live at his home in Durham, North Carolina

Bob Marley: “He sent messages to the world”

A legend in exile: Uncut explores Marley's momentous year in London

Kraftwerk – The Ultimate Music Guide

Celebrating 50 years of Kraftwerk and the life of their late co-founder Florian Schneider, this 124 page premium publication...

The Who have appealed directly to fans to go through their memorabilia for anything rare that could be included in their upcoming Who Hits 50 celebrations.

The band have already confirmed a tour to celebrate their 50th anniversary, and a new hits package due for release in October.

Now they have announced that they are looking for rare radio and TV performances, home movies from gigs, bootleg material, demos, unusual photos and memorabilia.

Citing The High Numbers at the Railway Hotel film from 1964 – which was found in a loft in the Netherlands – they are confident there is other undiscovered material out there.

Any item that is used will be fully credited on any release and the person with the most outstanding find will receive 2 VIP tickets for a show on the next Who tour.

If you have any material, contact thewho@umusic.com.


Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest Issue

Bob Marley, Marc Bolan, John Prine, Courtney Marie Andrews, Joy Division, Joan As Police Woman, Irmin Schmidt, Paul Weller and Captain Beefheart
Advertisement

Features

Advertisement