VIDEO: The Who – from a U-Haul van to a B747

As world famous rock band The Who wrapped up their Hits 50 Tour, lead singer Roger Daltrey took some time out to discuss how the band’s live shows have evolved having a bed sheet strung up behind the band as they played to huge light shows that require a Boeing 747 to transport all the equipment.
The video was put together by IAG Cargo which has been providing logistics support for the band.
“Expert logistics and on-time delivery are absolutely critical to every concert and the team behind The Who’s tours have now depended on support from IAG Cargo for over 50 years,” IAG said.

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