The Who Debut New Song And Bring Out Eddie Vedder At London Show: Watch

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Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend (R) of The Who perform live on stage at Wembley Stadium on July 6, 2019 in London, England. 

The Who played their first show at London's Wembley Stadium since their 1985 Live Aid performance last night (July 6), and it was a doozy: the band performed backed by a full orchestra, debuted some new material and even brought out Eddie Vedder.  

Vedder joined The Who for Quadrophenia track "The Punk and The Godfather," with frontman Roger Daltrey telling the crowd, "He’s going to share this song with me because he knows where it came from." The pair also shared a laugh before the song when Daltrey asked "What one were you? You were also the one with the stutter?" and Vedder responded, "No, I'm still the punk."   

 

The band also performed a new song called "Hero Ground Zero." Watch that and Vedder's take on "The Punk and The Godfather" below.