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The Who To Play Isle Of Wight

The legendary British rock group The Who will return to the Isle of Wight festival next June after being banned from performing there in 1970, a British radio station reported.
The band, whose hits include "My Generation" and "Substitute", was banned from the island off the southeast coast of England 34 years ago after a three-hour concert during which they smashed up their instruments on stage.
The group's bass player John Entwistle died last year leaving just two of the original line-up, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend. The Who's original drummer Keith Moon died in 1978.
Guitarist and composer Townshend was formally cautioned by police in London in May for accessing an Internet site in 1999 that featured child pornography.
He publicly acknowledged accessing the site but insisted it was for research purposes.
The Who will perform in the Isle of Wight on June 12, Virgin radio said. David Bowie and the Stereophonics are also due to perform at the festival from June 11-13.
The festival first began in 1968 but stopped two years later and resumed in 2002. LONDON (AFP)

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