On 13 October 2017, Eagle Rock Entertainment release TOMMY – LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL by The Who on DVD, Blu-ray, 2-CD, 3-LP, Digital Video and Digital Audio. This unbelievable concert film captures the first ever live performance by The Who of TOMMY in its entirety and boasts over two hours and twenty minutes of content. The show includes all time classics like ‘Pinball Wizard’, ‘I’m Free’, ‘Amazing Journey’, ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’, ‘I Can’t Explain’, ‘Who Are You’, ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’, ‘I Can See For Miles’ and many more!

In April 2017 The Who took to the stage at London’s Royal Albert Hall to perform their rock opera TOMMY live in its entirety for the first time in their long and illustrious career. Previous Who live shows had always dropped two, three or four songs from the album but for this show in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust the band would perform every song. With specially created animations on a huge screen above the stage and creative use of lighting the concert told the story of the “deaf, dumb and blind kid who sure played a mean pinball.” In addition, at the end of TOMMY, the sell-out crowd were treated to a short set of Who classics. Always a great live band, this performance was a thrilling ride from start to finish.

As well as the incredible full show, we also include some great bonus features. There is a behind the scenes featurette, plus also full screen animations of both The Acid Queen and Pinball Wizard with the live performance audio.


1.Introduction 2. Overture 3. It’s A Boy 4. 1921 5. Amazing Journey 6. Sparks 7. Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker) 8. Christmas 9. Cousin Kevin 10. The Acid Queen 11. Do You Think It’s Alright? 12. Fiddle About 13. Pinball Wizard 14. There’s A Doctor 15. Go To The Mirror! 16. Tommy Can You Hear Me? 17. Smash The Mirror 18. Underture 19. I’m Free 20. Miracle Cure 21. Sensation 22. Sally Simpson 23. Welcome 24. Tommy’s Holiday Camp 25. We’re Not Gonna Take It 26. I Can’t Explain 27. Join Together 28. I Can See For Miles 29. Who Are You 30. Love, Reign O’er Me 31. Baba O’Riley 32. Won’t Get Fooled Again

This concert film captures some of their greatest ever work, breathtakingly staged and fully live in full for the first time ever, at an iconic venue. TOMMY – LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL is absolutely unmissable for any fans of The Who.


  1. Ralph Hall says:

    I think I saw them perform Tommy in Nov of 1989 in it’s’ entirerty and then some!

    Check this out:

  2. The Who says:

    Not quite its entirety, Ralph. Two songs were omitted – ‘Underture’ and ‘Welcome’.

  3. John D. Skinner says:

    With all due respect to Keith Moon, the drummer on this concert was fantastic

    1. The Who says:

      John, that is Zak Starkey. Good eh?

  4. Nancy Bonham says:

    I just viewed this concert on Amazon Video singing along joyfully, when I realized toward the end that the eleven-year-old me was singing this 50 years ago in my bedroom, and I was overcome with emotion. I could barely croak out the finale – my voice gave way to sobs. Flawless performance, gentlemen. In the 4 billion years Earth has existed I feel so fortunate to share my time with you all.

  5. Anne love says:

    I saw The Who perform Tommy live at the Belfry in 1969 on a blind date with my now husband of 50 years. Just watching the 2017 show on TV now. Brilliant and in such a good cause too

  6. Roland Wood says:

    Just got Tommy on Sky Arts. Brings back the past to my teen days and The Who doing Tommy at the Civic Hall, Wolverhampton. The days of raw music – still fantastic.

  7. Ann says:

    Should be as he was taught by Keith Moon

  8. Eddie Hammond says:

    He talked about drums with Keith sometimes, but “never say at a set” with Keith.

    He is Ringo Starr’s son, so he did spend a good bit of time with Keith while he was young,but was t “taught by Keith.

  9. John says:

    You may have been thinking about Kenny Jones teaching Starkey. That did happen.

  10. Rick Ketley says:

    Zak Starkey is as near as they’ll get to Keith Moon but Zak can also keep a beat.

  11. Carol goss says:

    happy birthday roger

  12. Eric Brechon says:

    The Who, i am 66 years, old, and i listen them many Times when i’m driving my car lonely ans sing their songs.

  13. Steven Barnett says:

    Amazing thanks for music Rodger and Pete were on top form

  14. Marty Michaels says:

    I absolutely LOVE these guys. Have met with them on more than one occasion (including Keith, but not Zak). I wish the sound guy (which I am one of) had done a better job getting Zak in the mix! My guess is Pete noticed this right away. Read the story about how Keith was Zak’s “Uncle Keith.” No wonder he plays drums for The Who as if Keith’s ghost were there!

  15. I saw the Who perform “Tommy” on 04Dec69 at the Hippodrome Bristol. In the finale of hits a guy from a circle box threw a smoke bomb on the stage. They turned the spot on him and he dropped his pants and mooned the audience. Pete said “did you see the pimples?” as he was hustled out.
    Great end to a great evening.

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