Geddy Lee Performs "The Seeker" at 'The Who Hits 50!' Benefit Concert
As we reported last month, Geddy Lee was one of numerous musicians taking part of 'The Who Hits 50!' Benefit Concert which was in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust. The concert took place last night and, as somewhat expected, Geddy was front and center performing his (and Rush's) rendition of the Who's classic "The Seeker". As fans know, Rush covered 'The Seeker' on their 2004 cover's album Feedback.
The MC for the evening, Chris Evans, introduced Geddy who said the following before his performance:Well, Hello! Very happy to be here to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Who for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Thank you all for supporting the Teenage Cancer Trust. This is The Seeker!Geddy was joined on stage with The Who's house band during 'The Seeker'. Check out The Who's Facebook Page for a full report on the benefit concert.
Numerous videos of Geddy's performance have appeared online, including this one.
Thanks to everyone who sent along links of the performance.
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It's such an easy bass piece for Geddy. John Entwistle considered by many the best of all time. Funny.ReplyDelete