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The Who plays two new song in concert with Eddie Vedder

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The Who plays two new song in concert with Eddie Vedder

The Who made a big concert with orchestra on Saturday, July 6, at Wembley Stadium in London, where they showed two new songs: “Hero Ground Zero” and “Still Waiting For The Big Cigar”.


The show also featured the special guest starring Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam), who took the stage during “The Punk And The Godfather”, featured in the section where they showed much of the album “Quadrophenia”.

See below two amateur videos of the performances:

The setlist was:
  • ‘Overture’
  • ‘It’s A Boy’
  • ‘1921’
  • ‘Amazing Journey’
  • ‘Sparks’
  • ‘Pinball Wizard’
  • ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’
  • ‘Who Are You’
  • ‘Eminence Front’
  • ‘Imagine A Man’
  • ‘Hero Ground Zero’
  • ‘Join Together’
  • ‘Substitute’
  • ‘The Seeker’
  • ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’
  • ‘Behind Blue Eyes’
  • ‘Still Waiting For The Big Cigar’
  • ‘The Real Me’
  • ‘I’m One’
  • ‘The Punk And The Godfather’
  • ‘5:15’
  • ‘Drowned’
  • ‘The Rock’
  • ‘Love, Reign O’er Me’
  • ‘Baba O’Riley’

Legendary The Who singer Roger Daltrey said in a questions and answers session with fans that the band’s new album is the best since Quadrophenia.

He said:

“I think we’ve made our best album since Quadrophenia,”

Earlier this year, guitarist and cofounder Pete Townshend revealed that he didn’t even get a response from Daltrey after sending the singer 15 demos. “Just silence from Roger,”

Townshend said:

“I had to bully him to respond, and then it wasn’t the response I wanted. He just blathered for a while and in the end I really stamped my foot and said, ‘Roger, I don’t care if you really like this stuff. You have to sing it. You’ll like it in 10 years time.’”

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