Robert Plant Joins Roger Daltrey Singing Who’s “Baba O’Riley”

Legendary rock stars Robert Plant and Eddie Vedder collaborated with Roger Daltrey at London’s Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit. They rocked the stage with the Who’s classic “Baba O’Riley,” wrapping up a star-studded event that included Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Squeeze, Saving Grace with Plant, and Vedder.

Even though Pete Townshend couldn’t make it due to his Broadway commitments, Daltrey kicked off with a powerful cover of Townshend’s “Let My Love Open the Door,” setting the tone for the epic “Baba O’Riley” finale.

You can catch the amazing performance in the video below. It’s worth a listen.

After the electrifying show, Daltrey thanked the “unsung heroes” of the event and talked about the importance of the Teenage Cancer Trust. He announced that he was stepping down as curator after 24 years but assured everyone that the trust would continue its vital work. He emphasized the charity’s role in supporting young cancer patients, especially in uncertain times for healthcare like today.

The Teenage Cancer Trust has been a lifeline for many young people battling cancer, offering both emotional and practical support. As music lovers, let’s stand together to support this cause. It’s inspiring to see music legends unite for such a meaningful purpose, spreading positivity and hope in challenging times.

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