The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend performed a rare acoustic set together at The Royal Albert Hall on Sunday night to mark the final night of this year's Teenage Cancer Trust concerts.
The rockers treated the audience to special show to raise money for the TCT of which Daltrey is patron.
Also performing last night were Joan Armatrading, David Gray, Newton Faulkner and Amy Macdonald.
Roger said: "I was really thrilled when Pete called up and offered to do this. It's a great way of closing another fantastic week of shows for Teenage Cancer Trust."
This was the eighth year of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the Royal Albert Hall, which The Who frontman was instrumental in founding.
Last week's series of concerts included performances from Madness, Noel Fielding, Paul Weller with Steve Cradock and Duffy, the Fratellis and Muse.
The Teenage Cancer Trust works to improve the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer, through a number of initiatives, all dependent on private fundraising efforts ranging from last night's high profile concerts to local community events and personal donations.