The Who's Roger Daltrey Reveals Memoir Plans"I’ve witnessed society, music and culture change beyond recognition.”
The Daily Cut: The Who "Baba O'Riley"Singer Roger Daltrey recalled what he thought when he heard the song for the first time.
The Who's Roger Daltrey Visits Rainbow Babies and Children's HospitalDaltrey has been involved with the Teenage Cancer Trust in England and co-founded Teen Cancer America.
Roger Daltrey, Other British Musicians Honored with Rolls-Royce Custom Cars"The two copper door flights are engraved with famous lyrics from the band’s 1972 singles ‘Join Together’ and ‘I Can See for Miles."
The Daily cut: The Who "Squeeze Box"Pete Townshend, who has called "Squeeze Box" "a poorly aimed dirty joke," was astonished that his bandmates agreed to record it.
Classic Rock Almanac March 1, 2017Joe Elliott and Rick Savage of Def Leppard opened The Players Cafe, a sports-music bar and restaurant in their hometown in England, 19 years ago today. From which English city does Def Leppard hail?
Roger Daltrey Through The YearsCheck our some of our favorite photos of the Who frontman.
Who Doesn't Want A Quadrophenia SequelIt seems wrong that someone who didn't have anything to do with Quadrophenia in the first place could write a sequel. The Who heartily concurs.
The Daily Cut: The Who "Substitute"10 years ago today, The Who kicked off a British tour at Leeds University, where 'Live at Leeds' was recorded in 1970.
The Who Lash Out at 'Quadrophenia' SequelThe Who are calling a sequel to 1979 film 'Quadrophenia' "a blatant attempt to cash in” on the original.
Who Was Ready To Die The Who's Roger Daltrey suffered from viral meningitis so intensely that he told Rolling Stone that he was "ready to die", and "would have welcomed it"
Classic Rock Almanac March 1, 2016The movie The Doors opened 25 years ago today. Val Kilmer starred as Jim Morrison in the Oliver Stone film. Which actor, known for his role in TV's Twin Peaks, played keyboardist Ray Manzarek?