12

Oct

2011

Roger Daltrey

Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie, TX

10/12/11 Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie, TX

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Set One

Overture 247

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It's A Boy 147

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1921 179

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Amazing Journey 305

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Sparks 127

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Eyesight To The Blind 140

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Christmas 281

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Cousin Kevin 238

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The Acid Queen 245

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Do You Think It's Alright? 25

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Fiddle About 96

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Pinball Wizard 200

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There's A Doctor 29

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Go To The Mirror 227

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Tommy, Can You Hear Me? 92

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Smash The Mirror 83

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Sensation 217

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I'm Free 166

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Miracle Cure 17

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Sally Simpson 309

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Welcome 242

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Tommy's Holiday Camp 72

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We're Not Gonna Take It 533

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band introductions 103

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I Can See For Miles 284

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The Kids Are Alright 202

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Behind Blue Eyes 235

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Days Of Light 411

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Gimme A Stone 318

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Going Mobile 297

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Johnny Cash Medley 517

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Who Are You 354

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My Generation 87

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I'm A Man 121

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Young Man Blues 416

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Baba O'Riley 428

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Without Your Love 433

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Red Blue And Grey 401

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Show Notes
  • 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

David 10/13/2011 9:02:34 PM

"This show was absolutely awesome! Roger Daltrey's voice was strong, the band was tight and the venue was perfect. Once the band completed their performance of the Tommy album, they proceeded to spend the next hour and fifteen minutes performing Who classics as well as other great selections. It always makes for a great show when the performer seems to be enjoying him/herself and is in a good mood. It was obvious that Mr. Daltrey was in a very good mood and is extremely grateful for the fact that his voice was saved after thinking he might not ever be able to sing again. Sure there are some Who songs I would have loved for them to have played, but I am actually okay with the fact that they didn't just do a Who greatest hits show. After all, Roger Daltrey had a successful solo career as well. But I would venture to say that not a single person left the show disappointed. The band left it all on the stage last night and a great time was had by all. If you're on the fence about seeing Roger Daltrey performing "Tommy", do not hesitate. He is Rock and Roll Royalty. And he does not disappoint. "