The Who joined by Pearl Jam and Kasabian members at London charity gig

Teenage Cancer Trust show sees the band run through 'Quadrophenia'

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The Who were joined onstage Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder and Kasabian‘s Tom Meighan when performed their rock opera album ‘Quadrophenia’ in its entirety in London last night (March 29).

The gig, in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, took place at the Royal Albert Hall.

Taking to the stage at 9pm (GMT), Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend were joined by Zak Starkey on drums, Simon Townshend on guitar and Pino Palladino on bass.

Pearl Jam frontman Vedder joined the band onstage to duet on ‘The Punk And The Godfather’, returning later for ‘I’ve Had Enough’, reports NME.COM.

Kasabian singer Meighan – wearing a silver mod suit in a nod to the Ace Face character played by Sting in the film adaptation of Quadrophenia – came on stage later during ‘I’ve Had Enough’ to add further vocals.

Later in the set, Townshend’ played ‘Drowned’ acoustically while Daltrey returned to the stage to begin ‘Bell Boy’, with Meighan appearing at the back of the stage after the first verse to sing the late Keith Moon‘s vocal parts.

Although they refrained from much onstage banter during the gig, the band were joined by their guest vocalists at the end of the gig, with Townsend thanking the additional performers.

The Who played:

‘I Am The Sea’
‘The Real Me’
‘Quadrophenia’
‘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’
‘5:15’
‘Sea And Sand’
‘Drowned’
‘Bell Boy’
‘Doctor Jimmy’
‘The Rock’
‘Love Reign O’er Me’


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