The Who Warm Up For Vegas Residency with 'Tonight Show' Mini-Set: Watch
The Beatles and the Stones. Floyd and Zeppelin. Queen. The Kinks. Whatever way you cut it, the Brits have a ridiculous number of entries in any pub conversation on the “biggest rock bands of all time”. The Who will always be in that conversation.
The veteran rockers warmed up for their forthcoming Las Vegas residency with a pair of performances on The Tonight Show.
Powered by surviving members Pete Townshend and singer Roger Daltrey (the Who’s peerless drummer Keith Moon died in 1978 and bassist John Entwistle passed away in 2002), the Hall of Famers got it going with a rendition of their 1967 classic “I Can See For Miles” and their early ‘80s number “You Better You Bet” as a web exclusive. Pete Townshend even let rip with a windmill.
The Caesars Palace residency runs from July 29 to Aug. 11. Check out their late night mini-set below.