Pete unites with legendary rock stars in new art exhibition

Pete Townshend has joined a group of over 60 rock legends to participate in a special fundraising multimedia art installation to help raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America. The Adoration Trilogy: In Search of Apollo exhibition was organized by Roger Daltrey, who collaborated with British photographer Alistair Morrison to create a massive triptych that was unveiled to a star studded audience Monday at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Many of the artists featured were in attendance.

Here is a full list of the artists who participated in the project:

Bryan Adams, Jeff Beck, Jon Bon Jovi, Ali Campbell, George Clinton, Alice Cooper, Elvis Costello, Roger Daltrey, Ray Davies, Donovan, The Edge, Chris Farlowe, Mick Fleetwood, Peter Frampton, Peter Gabriel, Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Art Garfunkel, Bob Geldof, Barry Gibb, David Gilmour, Rob Halford, James Hetfield, Billy Idol, Tito Jackson, Billy Joel, Elton John, Brian Johnston, Wilko Johnson, John Paul Jones, Kelly Jones, Mick Jones, Tom Jones, Gary Kemp, Nils Lofgren, Nick Mason, Brian May, Paul McCartney, Don McLean, Van Morrison, Ozzy Osbourne, Jimmy Page, Carl Palmer, Robert Plant, Iggy Pop, Smokey Robinson, Francis Rossi, Neil Sedaka, Slash, Bruce Springsteen, Zak Starkey, Ringo Starr, Rod Stewart, James Taylor, Roger Taylor, Pete Townshend, Steven Tyler, Lars Ulrich, Eddie Vedder, Rick Wakeman, Joe Walsh, Paul Weller, Brian Wilson and Steve Winwood.

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Here is a picture of Pete at the photo session.


Here is a nice video of various artists posing for the project, featuring background music of Roger Daltrey's recording of "Let My Love Open The Door" that he released in 2016 to benefit Teen Cancer America.