Who fans have something to look forward to with the band launching a six-week digital series, dubbed "Join Together At Home On You Tube," featuring a slew of concert clips. The series is free to watch but fans are encouraged to donate to co-beneficiaries Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America via the link on YouTube or at www.join-together.org.

"Join Together At Home" kicks off on the Who's YouTube channel on Saturday, August 8th at 1 p.m. with "a special red carpet message from Roger Daltrey ahead of the first performances." Saturday's airing will feature clips from the Who's famed October 13th, 1982 Shea Stadium concert.

According to the official announcement:

Each featurette, available digitally for the first time, will appear as a YouTube Premiere, streaming live and rarely seen footage, mini videos and special screen footage, culminating with a performance from a previously unreleased show.

Pete Townshend recalled Shea Stadium being too much about the event, and not enough about the music: "Well, Shea was not. . . it wasn't a particularity bad gig -- but it wasn't a particularly great gig either. It was interesting in that it was a tortured event. I really didn't want to play Shea Stadium, personally. I really did not wanna be there. (Journalist) Robin Denselow came with me to do something for the BBC on the way there and all the way there I was saying to him: ‘This is awful. We shouldn't be here, it's awful. We shouldn't be playing this kind of place."

AUDIO: PETE TOWNSHEND ON THE WHO PLAYING SHEA STADIUM