Despite constant and bitter internal battles, serious drug addictions and the death of legendary hell-raising drummer Keith Moon, The Who have survived - and thrived - into the new millennium, making them probably the world's longest-lasting rock band.
Eyewitness: The Who is a detailed and strictly chronological account of the band's astonishing career, told by the band and other eyewitnesses, including business associates, friends, family and fans.
Concentrating on their most exciting and fertile period, from forming through to the death of Keith Moon, it gives as far is possible a day-by-day account of their band's life - the concerts, the tours, the recording sessions, the filming of Tommy and of course the legendary partying.
Separating the facts from the myths, it gives the true story of the drugs, the women and the rows. The book also gives an overview of what happened after Moon's death and where the Who are today.
Their incredible story has never before been told in such detail, entirely in first-hand, straight from the horse's mouth accounts.