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Robert Plant, Eddie Vedder Join Roger Daltrey for “Baba O’Riley”



Roger Daltrey welcomed Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin), Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam), Kelly Jones (Stereophonics) and Glen Hansard (The Swell Season, The Frames) onstage for a performance of The Who’s “Baba O’Riley” at the Teenage Cancer Trust concert on Sunday night (March 24th).

The show marked the finale of weeklong series of Teenage Cancer Trust performances at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Earlier in the week, The Who had played their only two scheduled shows of 2024.

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“Baba O’Riley” closed out an eight-song performance from Daltrey, who opened his set by singing a cover of Who bandmate Pete Townshend’s solo hit “Let My Love Open the Door.”

In fan-filmed video footage, Daltrey is joined onstage by the aforementioned singers a couple minutes into “Baba O’Riley,” as Plant, Vedder, and company deliver the anthemic song’s famous line, “Don’t cry/ Don’t raise your eye/ It’s only teenage wasteland.”

Daltrey recently announced an intimate North American solo tour in which he’ll perform classics by The Who and solo favorites, as well as answer questions from the audience. Tickets to the June outing are available here.

Watch Roger Daltrey and friends perform “Baba O’Riley” in the video clips below.



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