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Entertainment Pete Townshend apologises for comments about dead bandmates

11:25  28 november  2019
11:25  28 november  2019 Source:   covermg.com

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The Who rocker Pete Townshend has apologized for attacking his dead bandmates in a new interview. The guitar great shocked fans earlier this week when he told Rolling Stone magazine he was glad drummer Keith Moon and John Entwistle were dead , because they were “f—ing difficult to play

Pete Townshend , class act, says his dead bandmates were too hard to play music with. To those family members of Keith and John, especially Chris Entwistle and Mandy Moon, I apologise for the headlines – and for carelessly providing the words that were used – but in the past three months I

Getty © Getty Getty The Who rocker Pete Townshend has apologised for attacking his dead bandmates in a new interview.

The guitar great shocked fans earlier this week when he told Rolling Stone magazine he was glad drummer Keith Moon and John Entwistle were dead, because they were "f**king difficult to play with".

Back pedalling on Wednesday, Pete took to Facebook and assures his followers he was "being ironic in my own English way by suggesting it is something I am glad about".

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"I understand that a lot of long-time Who fans will be hurt by the way it comes across as a headline," Townshend wrote. "I only hope that they know me well enough that I tell the truth as much as I can, but I also tell both sides and the upside is missing in the headlines."

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The Who’s Pete Townshend apologizes for comments about dead bandmates . The Who rocker Pete Townshend has apologized for attacking his dead bandmates in a new interview.The guitar great shocked fans earlier this week when he told Rolling Stone magazine he was glad drum…

The Who’s Pete Townshend has never been terribly cautious with his public statements or sentimental about his departed bandmates — less than But he may have set a new bar with his comments in a recent long Rolling Stone interview in which he says he’s glad Moon and bassist John Entwistle, who

He went on to admit he misses both Keith and John "as people, as friends and as musicians", adding: "The alchemy we used to share in the studio is missing from the new album, and it always feels wrong to try to summon it up without them, but I suppose we will always be tempted to try. To this day I am angry at Keith and John for dying. Sometimes it shows. It’s selfish, but it’s how I feel."

a man wearing glasses © Provided by Cover Media Pete also apologised to the families of his late bandmates for "carelessly providing the words that were used".

"In the past three months I have done so many interviews I am losing focus and patience," he added. "I forgive myself. I hope they can forgive me too."

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Pete Townshend accused the late drummer Keith Moon of not keeping time and says sets are much smoother since Entwistle died the day before the The Who's Pete Townshend has said 'thank God' his dead bandmates Keith Moon and John Entwistle are 'gone' because they were 'f***ing difficult to

This is noteworthy not only because the band currently consists of only two of its original members— Pete Townshend and Roger “They were fucking difficult to play with,” he continues. “They never, ever managed to create bands for themselves. I think my musical discipline, my musical

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