Legendary rock band, The Who, is going “Beyond the Dream” by helping teenagers in need. Group members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have been entertaining millions throughout the world for decades. The launch of “Who Cares” is their latest collaboration which goes beyond entertainment by helping teens and adults deal with cancer.

One dollar from each ticket of their current tour goes toward funding the foundation. Daltrey and Townshend sat down with Fox News’ Kelly Wright

and explained why they’re helping teens with cancer. Daltrey said, “I lead a privileged life and that was built with the support of teenagers.”

Along the way, Townshend said they discovered that the parents need as much help and support as the teens do. The Who has been providing special care for teenagers for almost 25 years and their benefit concerts helped turn two hospitals in the U.K. to the Teenage Cancer Trust. Now, they are expanding to the U.S. in hopes of reaching more families.

Watch the incredible story below: