11

Oct

2011

Roger Daltrey

Cedar Park Center, Cedar Park, TX

10/11/11 Cedar Park Center, Cedar Park, TX

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Set One

Overture 247

122316-TRACK

It's A Boy 148

122317-TRACK

1921 179

122318-TRACK

Amazing Journey 305

122319-TRACK

Sparks 128

122320-TRACK

Eyesight To The Blind 140

122321-TRACK

Christmas 281

122322-TRACK

Cousin Kevin 238

122323-TRACK

The Acid Queen 252

122324-TRACK

Do You Think It's Alright? 24

122325-TRACK

Fiddle About 96

122326-TRACK

Pinball Wizard 199

122327-TRACK

There's A Doctor 29

122328-TRACK

Go To The Mirror 230

122329-TRACK

Tommy, Can You Hear Me? 91

122330-TRACK

Smash The Mirror 85

122331-TRACK

Sensation 227

122332-TRACK

I'm Free 167

122333-TRACK

Miracle Cure 18

122334-TRACK

Sally Simpson 307

122335-TRACK

Welcome 234

122336-TRACK

Tommy's Holiday Camp 82

122337-TRACK

We're Not Gonna Take It 509

122338-TRACK

band introductions 82

122339-TRACK

I Can See For Miles 323

122340-TRACK

The Kids Are Alright 206

122341-TRACK

Behind Blue Eyes 230

122342-TRACK

Days Of Light 312

122343-TRACK

Gimme A Stone 323

122344-TRACK

Going Mobile 283

122345-TRACK

Johnny Cash Medley 479

122346-TRACK

Who Are You 379

122347-TRACK

Young Man Blues 376

122348-TRACK

Baba O'Riley 365

122349-TRACK

Without Your Love 318

122350-TRACK

Red Blue And Grey 319

122351-TRACK

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Show Notes
  • There is a slight glitch between Without Your Love and Red Blue and Grey due to technical issues at the show.
  • Got a Tour Laminate with a Download Code?  Add the MP3s for this show to your cart and then click the Redeem It Here link at the top of the Checkout page
     
  • Roger Daltrey performs The Who's Tommy
     
  • Frank Simes (guitar), Scott Deavours (drums), Jon Button (Bass), Loren Gold (Keyboards) and, also on guitar, Simon (younger brother of Pete) Townshend
     
  • For more info, please check out TheWho.com

     
Reviews for this item

Gregory Garcia 10/12/2011 8:02:11 PM

"This show was amazing, it was the best concert i have ever been to in my life. Roger Daltrey may be old but he still has the pipes like he use to. A+"