One of the music industry's most anticipated autobiographies, Pete Townshend's Who I Am, hits store shelves today. More than a decade in the making, Townshend says he is nervous that some of what he wrote will upset those closest to him.
"I feel sick. It's very strange. If you've run a marathon, you expect to feel [elated], but I feel depleted and concerned. I don't want somebody to be hurt through what I've written but, on the other hand, I want it to be true."
He adds that some of those who he is hardest on are no longer alive, including drummer Keith Moon.