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Roger Daltrey Pays Tribute To Dr. Feelgood's Wilko Johnson

9 days ago
Antimusic RockThe Who frontman Roger Daltrey has shared a tribute to Dr. Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson, who passed away at the age of 75 more info

See The Who & Eddie Vedder Perform Acoustic ‘The Seeker’ In Los Angeles

33 days ago
JamBaseEddie Vedder joined The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend for "The Seeker" at a private benefit concert for Teen Cancer America. more info

Pete Townshend on the state of the Who and creating a dream supergroup with Led Zeppelin

212 days ago
L.A. Times - Pop & HissPete Townshend on writing for Roger Daltrey ("not easy"); losing Keith Moon and John Entwistle; and his new Audible Original, 'Somebody Saved Me.' more info

The Who's Roger Daltrey on aging, touring: 'I still do' hope to die before I get old

229 days ago
USA Today MusicThe Who's hotel-trashing days are over, but Roger Daltrey can do some damage: "I can still hit the notes." His tour with Pete Townshend starts Friday.           more info

The Who – “All This Music Must Fade”

1158 days ago
Stereogum"I don't care / I know you're gonna hate this song!" is quite a way to begin your new single. That's what Roger Daltrey howls at the outset of "All This Music Must Fade," the latest from the Who's first album in 13 years, WHO. He goes on to reflect o... more info

Eddie Vedder joins The Who to perform “The Punk and The Godfather” at Wembley Stadium: Watch

1246 days ago
Consequence of SoundThe Pearl Jam frontman assisted Roger Daltrey in singing the Quadrophenia classic. Eddie Vedder joins The Who to perform “The Punk and The Godfather” at Wembley Stadium: Watch Ben Kaye more info

Roger Daltrey Talks New The Who Album & Losing His Voice In New Interview

1250 days ago
JamBaseThe Who's Roger Daltrey fears he'll lose his voice within the next five years and provides an update on the band's long-awaited follow-up to 2006's 'Endless Wire.' more info

The Who’s Roger Daltrey predicts his voice will be gone in five years

1250 days ago
Consequence of Sound"Age will get it in the end," the 73-year-old singer recently said. The Who’s Roger Daltrey predicts his voice will be gone in five years Lake Schatz more info

The Who delivers classics with a new orchestral twist in latest — and last? — Detroit show

1285 days ago
Detroit Free PressPete Townshend and Roger Daltrey enlisted more than 50 Detroit musicians to join them for a night of Who music at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday.             more info

The Who at Little Caesars Arena

1285 days ago
Detroit Free PressRoger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and The Who perform at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday, May 28, 2019.             more info

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