Pete Townshend of the Who
Pete Townshend is one of rocks most celebrated and
studied guitarist and primary songwriter for the Who
from 1964 to 1982, also participating in the group's
occasional reunions after its formal breakup. Best-known
for his conceptual works, he wrote Tommy and Quadrophenia
for the band, as well as the bulk of its other material.
H.E.A.R. has posted new
PSAs for viewing and downloading on the website!
PSAs feature Carson Daly of MTV and recording artist
Missy Elliott, Joe Satriani, Spinal Tap, Lars Ulrich
of Metallica, Pete Townshend of the Who, DJ Qbert, "Tinnitus
Sucks" featuring the music of The Mermen, Clayton
Cameron of Tony Bennett's band, and Herbie Hancock.
H.E.A.R., The National Campaign for Hearing
Health's Practice Safe Sound Project (tm) and
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Doc's teamed
up with MTVN to educate teens, musicians and
music lovers about the dangers of hearing damage
and tinnitus from repeated exposure to loud
music at MTV SPRING BREAK IN CANCUN March 13-16,
| Musicians found to have 'more
By Lorna Duckworth, Health Correspondent
17 June 2002
Musicians have bigger and more sensitive brains than people
who do not play instruments, scientists revealed yesterday.
We are proud to honor our H.E.A.R. Board of Director
Dr. Jerome Goldstein.
We value his participation with our organization and
his sage advice.