THE GROWN-UPS ARE ALRIGHT!

Find out what Who songs the stellar supporting crowd will be singing at the London charity bash...

THE WHO, NOEL GALLAGHER, PAUL WELLER, BRYAN ADAMS and PEARL JAM’s EDDIE VEDDER are set to take to the stage at LONDON ROYAL ALBERT HALL in just a few hours in a fund-raiser for the TEENAGE CANCER TRUST tonight (November 27).

And Who guitarist and co-organiser of the event Pete Townshend has revealed some of the classics that fans can expect to hear the stellar cast to perform on.

Through his official website [url=]www.petetownshend.co.uk, Townshend discloses that Modfather Weller will join The Who on ‘So Sad About Us’. They had originally discussed ‘Sunrise’, but dropped it for a track with more punch.

Noel Gallagher, who Townshend describes as “a great player… with incredible taste and edge”, will play Townshend’s own lead guitar part on ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’ and longtime Who obsessive Eddie Vedder will blast through one, if not all, of ‘I’m One’, ‘Let’s See Action’ and ‘Gettin’ in Tune’.

The site also features a series of photographs of The Who, (Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Ringo Starr’s son Zak Starkey on drums), alongside their guests.

Bryan Adams and violinist Nigel Kennedy are amongst other artists set to figure at tonight’s charity extravaganza.

You can read full details on NME.COM tomorrow morning (November 28).