reporting that ever since the Who played their triumphant Quadrophenia show at the Royal Albert Hall back in March we've all been waiting to hear whether Pete Townshend's tinnitus problems had cost the band their future.
Well, it seems that the band WILL carry on after all.
In an interview with Tucson Concerts Examiner Roger Daltrey revealed that as far as he's concerned the band will continue and he has even hinted at more new music in the future.
Asked "Does that mean that The Who will carry on?" Daltrey responded "As far as we're both concerned."
The Who's problems started earlier this year when it was revealed that Pete had been struggling with terrible tinnitus. He struggled through a couple of high profile shows, including the Royal Albert Hall show and the halftime show at this year's Superbowl, but it was revealed at the time that unless the problem started to get better they would have to call it a day.
At the time Pete Townshend was working on new Who material in the form of a new rock opera called Floss. It was hoped that we'd hear the new material this year.