The Who have juggled things around for the encore portion of their Quadrophenia & More Tour. Pete Townshend had left the stage early on opening night (November 1st) in Sunrise, Florida, so Saturday's (November 3rd) show at Orlando, Florida's Amway Center featured the first complete set following the band's performance of Quadrophenia. Kicking things off was "Baba O' Riley," followed by "The Kids Are Alright" -- which after a false start finally fell into a groove, "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere," "Behind Blue Eyes," "Who Are You," "Won't Get Fooled Again," and "Tea & Theatre." Both "Pinball Wizard" and "You Better You Bet" were dropped from the setlist after opening night.
Roger Daltrey told us that due to his aging vocal cords, he's learned to properly pace himself within his live performances: "We can only play for two hours. Y'know it gets to be, for me personally and my voice, two hours is enough singing the way I sing. It's not an easy number these songs. They're very, very challenging. They demand the kind of energy that the voice needs to give it."
- The Who perform tonight (November 5th) in Duluth, Georgia at the Arena At Gwinnett Center.
CHECK IT OUT: The Who on Saturday night performing "Won't Get Fooled Again" live in Orlando, Florida:
Roger Daltrey On His Live Vocal Limitations