Watch The Who Play ‘The Punk and the Godfather’ With Eddie Vedder at Wembley Stadium In London.

The Who played a live performance at London’s Wembley Stadium on Saturday that saw them welcome Eddie Vedder for a take on “The Punk & The Godfather.”

The Who debuted a new song live and additionally performed  with Eddie Vedder all through their big London Wembley Stadium live performance on Saturday night (sixth July).

The Pearl Jam frontman delivered a 12-track set in advance of The Who taking the stage and working via takes on “Wishlist,” “Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town,” “Courdory,” and “Better Man.” 

Additionally, Vedder welcomed a couple of visitors first teaming with The Who’s longtime traveling guitarist Simon Townshend on “I’m the Answer” from his 1983 solo debut album Sweet Sound. 

Glen Hansard then joined Vedder for a trio of songs that included a take on Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” which the singer-songwriter had debuted a few days earlier in Dublin.

The Who were backed by an orchestra at some point of the career-spanning turn. 

The primary portion of the evening focussed on material from their 1969 double-album Tommy. After a take on “Imagine A Man,” from The Who through Numbers, Roger Daltrey & Co. delivered the live debut of “Hero Ground Zero.” 

The track is predicted to be included on the band’s first album of new material since 2006’s Endless Wire. Vedder emerged during  the  back half of the show that leaned in on cuts from Quadrophenia. After takes on “The real Me” and “I’m The One,” the Pearl Jam singer teamed with Daltrey on “The Punk & The Godfather.”

The Punk & The Godfather with Eddie Vedder

Crazy Little Thing Called Love