The Who Streams “Tommy” Performance From Royal Albert Hall

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The Who is streaming special footage of their “Tommy” performance from 2017 at London’s Royal Albert Hall as the latest installment in their weekly virtual concert series.

“Week Four of our Join Together @ Home series features a very special show, when we performed ‘Tommy’ in its entirety at the legendary Royal Albert Hall,” the band says. Frontman Roger Daltrey added, “What can I say about this show. It was kind of a tricky one because we didn’t think we’d ever play ‘Tommy’ again. The last time we played it as a band was in 1989 – it was the show that gave me the idea of doing the Teenage Cancer Trust shows at the Royal Albert Hall.”

The band issued a home release of “Tommy: Live At The Royal Albert Hall” in 2017. Tommy is the fourth album by The Who and follows a rock opera structure. It paid well for the band, ranking on the top 5 on the charts in both the UK and US, selling more than two million copies.

In line with their limited-edition livestream series that will be running for six weeks, The Who encourages its fans to donate to their co-beneficiaries, The Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.