Eagle Rock, The Who Partner For Streaming Series

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

Eagle Rock Entertainment is once again doing its part to help people get their live music fix.

The company will launch a series of free-to-view live recordings from The Who at 1 p.m. ET Saturday.  Dubbed “Join Together @ Home,” the performance series is a six-part series that features archived live performances of The Who.

The performances will stream through The Who’s official YouTube channel.  The first of the performances comes from the band’s 1982 Shea Stadium performance. The Who originally released its Shea Stadium performance through Eagle Rock in 2015.

An exclusive “red carpet” premiere clip from The Who front man Roger Daltry will precede the stream.

While each streaming presentation is free to watch, audiences are encouraged to make a donation to co-beneficiaries Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America while they enjoy the performances.  Teenage Cancer Trust is a UK-based nonprofit that helps people age 13-17 deal with cancer treatments.

Teen Cancer America, which was founded by Daltry and The Who guitarist Roger Daltry, has a similar goal as Teenage Cancer Trust.  Daltry has been the driving force behind the comedy and music shows, held at thee Royal Albert Hall, which benefit the agency.

Eagle Rock’s streaming performances from The Who are just the latest from the company.  It most recently streamed a series of archived performances from The Rolling Stones.

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