British rock legends The Who took to the stage in Miami Sunday to play the half time show during the Super Bowl XLIV.
Despite getting on in age the band's surviving members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey managed to put on an energetic and rock fueled show that wowed the crowds. The band performed a set that included snippets from their hits Pinball Wizard, Baba O’Riley and Won’t Get Fooled Again.
CBS, who aired the Super Bowl in America, have a long running relationship with The Who, using Who songs as intros for all three of its CSI shows: Who Are You (CSI), Baba O'Riley (CSI: NY) and Won't Get Fooled Again (CSI: Miami).
The Who joined a long list of rock royalty that have performed at the annual Super Bowl. Past performers have included Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson (and her infamous "wardrobe malfunction"), Paul McCartney, U2, The Rolling Stones, Prince and Bruce Springsteen.