SIXTIES rockers THE WHO proved they have still got what it takes to wow the crowd at Sunday's Hard Rock Café Hyde Park Calling festival.
The greying stars, who have been performing for over 40 years headlined the event a year after the day they wowed fans at Live 8.
Support acts Ocean Colour Scene, The Zutons and Razorlight also put on a fine show in the soaring temperatures.
Liverpudlian chart-climbers The Zutons were a particular favourite, especially with their catchy single Valerie.
And Brit band Razorlight had the girls in the crowd sweating as singer Johnny Borrell stripped off his top and paraded around in his tight white jeans.
But the oldies had a definite edge over their younger support acts.
Crashing seamlessly through their repertoire of soft ballads and harder rock anthems, the group had the audience – made up of young and old - rocking together as the sun set over the park.
Singer Roger Daltrey darted around like a true legend while guitarist Pete Townsend’s power chords and arm-swinging ‘windmills’ thrilled the thousands watching, who sang along to classics like Pinball Wizard and My Generation.
Roger told the audience: "It's great to see so many young faces here appreciate our music - and some old ones too."
And on the way The Who strutted their stuff, they'll be wowing the generations for years to come.