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The newest edition of Rolling Stone includes the best and worst moments of the 2009-10 TV season. Not holding back, the magazine had less than kind remarks regarding The Who’s performance at halftime of Super Bowl XLIV in Miami last February.
Rolling Stone said of the band’s four song medley:
This halftime wasteland was torture for Who fans, especially when Roger Daltrey decorated the band’s worst song ever, “Who Are You,” with a harmonica solo.
Yeah, I didn’t like it either.
The NFL needs to get away from the older classic rock acts for these halftime shows. They’ve exhausted nearly every meaningful one that can still perform.
Unless they trot out Aerosmith again for Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, who else do they have?
The remains of Chicago?
Just bring back Up With People and call it a day.
Categories: Super Bowl XLIV
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