Pinball Wizard, Ruby Tuesday, You Better You Bet, Let It Be, Won't Get Fooled Again, Start Me Up, My Generation, See Me Feel Me/Listening To You, Ring Of Fire, Most People I Know Think That I'm Crazy, Working Class Man, Khe Shan, School's Out, A Whiter Shade Of Pale, Salty Dogs, Baby I Love Your Way, Feel Like Makin Love, Kashmir, Stairway To Heaven
Roger Daltrey: Vocals
My Name is Luke Taiapa, I am 22 years old and I'm from Brisbane, Australia and I am writing to tell you about the Ultimate Rock Symphony show in Brisbane on March 8th which I watched the show which it was fantastic & the songs that was sang that night. Roger Daltery sang -Pinball Wizard, Ruby Tuesday (with Aussie rock legend Billy Thorpe), You Better You Bet, Let It Be (with Billy Thorpe), Won't Get Fooled Again , Start Me Up with Alice Cooper My Generation, See Me Feel Me/Listening To You, Ring Of Fire and another song I dont know what it was.
I'm sorry I cant really write down the other performers set list of the songs they did that night but what I can say was that Billy Thorpe sang his famous song 'Most People I know Think That I'm Crazy, Jimmy barnes sang his famous songs like Working Class Man, Khe Shan, Alice Cooper sang SCHOOL'S OUT, Gary Brooker sang Whiter Shade Of Pale, Salty Dogs, Peter Frampton sang Baby I Love Your Way, Paul Rodgers sang a few Beatles songs, 2 John Lennon songs and his famous song 'Feel Like Makin Love' which I maybe I'm wrong about the actual name of the song and Nikki Lamborn sang 2 of the Led Zepplin songs 'Kashmir' & "Stairway To Heaven". As I have already said that the URS show in Brisbane was fantastic which the highlight for me was seeing Roger Daltrey which he was really great that night still twriling the microphone and for me it was the closet thing of seeing The Who live but I do hope that The Who might come to tour Australia which I saw on the website 'WHO IN AUSTRALIA was that there was talk of them coming in 2001 but have'nt seen anything else about it and I would like to know if it's happening orif it is still in the planning stages and if it happens it will be great for The Who's fans who were'nt born in the 60's but it would be nice for them to see the group and those who saw them in 1968, it will bring back memories for them.