The Who Close Teenage Cancer Trust With Kasabian & Pearl Jam


Rock legends The Who wrapped up the week-long Teenage Cancer Trust gigs last night (30th), performing their classic 1973 rock opera ‘Quadrophenia‘ in it’s entirety.

As ever, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend were joined on drums by Zak Starkey, while Pete’s brother Simon Townshend featured on guitar and Pino Palladino played bass. It is the first time Roger and Pete have performed ‘Quadrophenia‘ since the Nineties, and Daltrey is reported to have told this will be the last time they ever perform the landmark album.

The band were joined by Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder during ‘The Punk and The Godfather‘, before he returned with Kasabian lead singer Tom Meighan for a rendition of ‘I’ve Had Enough‘.

This year’s Teenage Cancer Trust event, which is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, has also seen performances from the likes of Noel Gallagher, Arctic Monkeys and Them Crooked Vultures.

The Who setlist:
‘I Am The Sea’
‘The Real Me’
‘Cut My Hair’
‘The Punk And The Godfather’
‘I’m One’
‘The Dirty Jobs’
‘Helpless Dancer’
‘Is It In My Head’
‘I’ve Had Enough’
‘Sea And Sand’
‘Bell Boy’
‘Doctor Jimmy’
‘The Rock’
‘Love Reign O’er Me’

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