The Who will be among the performers helping to close the Summer Olympic Games on Sunday (August 12) in London. During a recent press conference to announce the duo's upcoming "Quadrophenia" tour, Roger Daltrey told The Insider that he and Pete Townshend have prepared "a fabulous ending for the Olympics but revealed it had to be pre-recorded and lip-synced rather than perform live. "I've prepared something, and Pete's given me free reign to do it," Daltrey said. "It is a great finale to the event. It's not a rock show, we can't do it live, we have to mime. I mean, we could do it live standing on our heads. We've done it for 50 years. But because there's athletics there (in the Olympic stadium) all day, the technical issues are just so great." Rumors say The Who will be joined on Sunday by a Pink Floyd tribute that may include drummer Nick Mason, as well as a possible return performance by Paul McCartney, who was art of the July 27 opening ceremonies. "This country's put some fabulous music into this world," Daltrey said, but added that The Who's performance "is not about us being on the end of the Olympics. For me it was not really about the Who being on a TV show...It's about just making great music that is apropos to the end of that event when you have people that have given perhaps the last eight years of their lives to be there on that field." The Who's "Quadrophenia" tour kicks off November 1 and plays November 24 at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena.