The Who frontman Roger Daltrey went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night for an interview and performance. The legendary rocker talked to Kimmel about the Who’s status (“having a very long sabbatical”), the London Olympics asking for a performance by the long-dead Keith Moon, the band’s reputation for destroying hotels, and his work with teenage cancer patients.
After that Daltrey took to the stage for a rousing performance of Mose Allison’s classic “Young Man’s Blues,” famously performed on the Who’s Live At Leeds concert album. Watch the interview and performance below. [CoS]