Last March, legendary rockers The Who performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the band’s first visit to late night television in nearly 50 years. Fans won’t have to wait nearly as long for the group’s return, as The Who will play The Tonight Show again on July 19.
While most musical acts are only given a few minutes to perform on late night television shows, The Who’s 2016 visit to The Tonight Show saw them play a nearly seven-minute “Who Are You.” The Who’s upcoming visit to 30 Rock comes between tour stops at MGM National Harbor in Maryland on July 18 and the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on July 20.
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