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Watch The Who play orchestral ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ on ‘Colbert’
The Who are set to begin a two-part North American tour next week, and have appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform an orchestral version of ‘Behind Blue Eyes’.On Friday night (April 15), the band were the musical guests on the show and ran through a grand version of their 1971 track, backed by a full orchestra.The performance, which you can watch in full below, came in support of the Teen Cancer America organisation, and was recorded during the band’s annual Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the Royal Albert Hall in London last month, which featured Yungblud, Liam Gallagher, Ed Sheeran, The Who themselves and more.Watch the Colbert performance of ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ below.The band’s forthcoming tour – dubbed ‘The Who Hits Back!’ – will begin next week (April 22) in Florida, with the first leg running until the end of May.The band will then return to the States in October for another run of dates, which take them through until November.Speaking of the tour, Roger Daltrey said: “Pete and I said we’d be back, but we didn’t think we’d have to wait for two years for the privilege. This is making the chance to perform feel even more special this time around.“So many livelihoods have been impacted due to COVID, so we are thrilled to get everyone back together – the band, the crew and the fans.
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Fulham owner's son Tony Khan changes wrestling world after buying Ring of Honor
Fulham Football Club's sporting director Tony Khan has bought his second wrestling company in four years - changing the landscape of the sport.Khan, who also owns All Elite Wrestling, has now purchased Ring of Honor Wrestling, which is where top stars such as CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, and Samoa Joe shot to fame.The buyout comes just a few months after the company took a hiatus, and let all of its wrestlers and staff go, due to the effects of the pandemic.The deal signed by the son of Fulham owner Shahid Khan is thought to be worth around £30 million.Khan, who is Chief Football Strategy Officer of American football team Jacksonville Jaguars said: “Ring of Honor’s influence on modern professional wrestling is etched permanently in the history books, and this acquisition ensures that its legacy will be kept alive and treated with the utmost respect.“This deal adds thousands of hours of content to our rapidly growing library and creates new opportunities to expand our footprint on a national and global scale, while having the potential to produce new content under the ROH banner.“I will immediately begin exploring opportunities to make ROH’s video library available to fans, who’ll have the opportunity to witness the beginnings of the careers of some of AEW’s biggest stars.”Joe Koff, chief operating officer for Ring of Honor Wrestling, said: “Ring of Honor has produced some of the best professional wrestlers over the past 20 years, but more importantly, it created a family.“I will be forever grateful to everyone in the ROH family who has worked tirelessly for the past two decades to take ROH to levels previously unimagined.“Tony has the utmost appreciation and respect for Ring of Honor, and I’m truly excited to see how he