The Who Perform Thier Fist Late-Night Show Since 1967 | Music News
For the first time in almost 50 years, The Who have performed on a late-night television show. Playing a full-length version of their most famous hit “Who Are You?”, the band rocked The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on March 4.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend performed the song in order to promote the The Who Hits 50! Anniversary Tour, that was postponed from September 2015 due to Daltrey’s contracting viral Meningitis and having to rest.
Nonetheless, they resumed the final dates of the North American leg of the tour in February 2016 and they will perform until May 2016, with what are most probably the last live shows of The Who.
Watch the seven-minute long performance here.
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