On Saturday night The Who returned to Wembley Stadium for the first time since Live Aid, nearly 34 years ago to the day. The epic 25-song set included a symphony orchestra as well as a guest on-stage appearance and performance from opening act Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam. Vedder entertained the crowd during his set with a nifty cover of Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" which you can see below. The Who also performed two new songs "Hero Ground Zero" also below, and "Still Waiting For The Big Cigar." During the show Pete Townshend paid tribute to his longtime guitar tech Alan Rogan who passed away recently prior to the song "Substitute."
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