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The Who: The Vegas Job (2006)

On October 29th, 1999, The Who gave an awesome and historic concert at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas...one night only!




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On October 29th, 1999, The Who gave an awesome and historic concert at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas...one night only! Legendary founding members ROGER DALTREY, PETE TOWNSHEND and JOHN ENTWISTLE, along with ZAK STARKEY and JOHN "RABBIT" BUNDRICK, drove the audience wild, knocking off 14 of their greatest rock classics in grand style. The concert was meant to be seen by an audience of over one billion - via the Internet. But due to "technical difficulties," the broadcast failed, leaving only those lucky enough to be sitting in the audience to witness this awesome performance. Set List: " I Can't Explain " Substitute " Anyway Anyhow Anywhere " Pinball Wizard " See Me, Feel Me " Baba O'Riley " My Wife " 5:15 " Behind Blue Eyes " Who Are You " Magic Bus " Won't Get Fooled Again " The Kids Are Alright " My Generation Written by Anonymous

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If you weren't one of the fans in the audience that night, you never saw this concert!


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7 November 2006 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Who were unwittingly caught in the middle of an Internet-scam that was driven by a bogus company, with the intention to show off its latest technology, and have The Who's show broadcast around the Internet world, with an audience of one billion. It was only after the concert, in Vegas, that the scam became apparent and the only people who saw this concert live were the audience seeing the show in person. See more »


Roger Daltrey: [to the audience after playing their song "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"] It's a bloody long time since we played that one. Good evening.
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Behind Blue Eyes
Written by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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9 December 2014 | by (Las Vegas) – See all my reviews

I play music professionally here in Las Vegas and across the country...The Who was a major influence on me. First off, this show was part of a retro tour series going on through the MGM. But I wasn't aware of that at the time. My friend bought two tickets (they were $10 each), and said it was going to be an internet broadcast, so i thought thats all it would be. I was fine with the idea of seeing a live telecast of a Who concert from somewhere in the world displayed in the Grand Garden. For ten bucks, thats a good deal.

Once inside, i saw huge screens and behind them was some stage gear that caught my attention. Lights went down, then the band came out! They played only classic, Moon era songs just the way you saw it if it were 1975 again...deafening, energetic and spot on. Awesome! It ranks up there as one of my top three most significant shows I've seen due to what that band meant to me growing up. Watch it for yourself. If you are a Who fan, then its a must. I'll let you see the rest.

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