The Who Crash Tonight Show, And Prove They’ve Still Got It With Electric ‘I Can See For Miles’ Performance!
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Guess Who’s still rockin!?
Even today, The Who are one of the most prolific rock bands in the history of rock n’ roll. From Roger Daltry’s dazzling vocals, to Pete Townshend’s iconic windmill guitar playing style, The Who have managed to remain relevant decades after their debut.
Recently, The Who made an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, and proved they’ve still got it with an electrifying performance of their smash hit “I Can See For Miles.” The band sounds as tight as ever, with Daltrey’s voice sounding as great as it did in 1981, and Pete even busts out his signature windmill. Fallon’s crowd is mesmerized throughout the entire set, and although The Who don’t smash their instruments and destroy the stage like they used to, they still managed to bring a hell of a lot of energy!
Check out their amazing performance down below, and let us know what you think!