Roger Daltrey: Vocals
Roger performed with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra at the end of the set. Complete setlist: March Of The Kings, An Angel Came Down, O Come All Ye Faithful/O Holy Night, The Prince Of Peace, First Snow, A Mad Russian's Christmas, Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24, Good King Joy, Ornament, Old City Bar, Promises To Keep, This Christmas Day, An Angel Returned, Merry Christmas!, Christmas Nights In Blue, Proud Mary, Night Castle Jam, A Last Illusion, Siberian Sleigh Ride, An Angel's Share, Drum Solo, Mozart/Figaro, Christmas Canon Rock, Wizards in Winter, Carmina Burana, Paul O'Neill intro, Beethoven, Requiem (The Fifth), Behind Blue Eyes, Pinball Wizard, See Me Feel Me, Christmas Eve Sarajevo (reprise). thewho.com has a short report: "I was a surprise guest," says Roger on his personal page on thewho.com. "It was me who was surprised! I have had very little experience of this side of the Rock business and I must say I had a great time. If I want to be singing in the future, I have to keep singing now, so this kind of "just for the fun of it gig" is a perfect vehicle. I was amazed at the warmth of my reception. This wasn't a Who audience. It's not easy to describe the show. It's kinda heavy "Goth Rock" with some beautiful female singers, who sounded as good as they looked. A fantastic string section added to many guitar players + drums and keyboards, smoke, lasers and fireworks. Just pure escapism fun for Mum, Dad and the family. Nothing wrong with that and a great bunch of guys."