The Who rumored to do Super Bowl halftime show

November 13, 2009

(ChattahBox) — Looks to me like a great selection.  The NFL hasn’t confirmed the booking, but according to Sports Illustrated surviving members of The Who, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, are set to perform.
The choice of the renowned British rockers is quite fitting for CBS who will cover Super Bowl XLIV Feb. 7 in Miami. The Who is the band of choice as intros all three of its “CSI” shows: “Who Are You” (“CSI”), “Baba O’Riley” (“CSI: NY”) and “Won’t Get Fooled Again” (“CSI: Miami”).
Broadcast to countless millions across the planet, the Superbowl half time show in one of the biggest entertainment events around.  Bruce Springsteen was this years headliner, and In past years, the roster of performers has included Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson (and her infamous “wardrobe malfunction”), Paul McCartney, U2, The Rolling Stones, and Prince.  I guess Led Zeppelin is probably out of the question to keep the British Invasion on and off theme going?

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