The relationship between co-founding Who members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend has historically been quite contentious at times, although the two seemed to have developed a close bond during the latter years of the group's career. That being said, Daltrey tells
The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have donated a signed electric guitar to a charity auction that will raise money for Music Support, an organization that helps people in the U.K. music industry who are dealing with mental health and addiction issues. Daltrey and... Read More.
In 1976, The Who set a Guinness World Record for the loudest concert in history when they were measured at 126 decibels, which is close to a jet engine taking off. But today, singer Roger Daltrey says he regrets the band's high-volume shows. Speaking to... Read More.
In a new video interview posted at the Coda Collection website, Who frontman Roger Daltrey discusses a wide range of topics, including how he his feels about the possibility of the U.K. rock legends making another album. Daltrey admits that he isn't enthusiastic about a... Read More.
The Who frontman Roger Daltrey has announced plans for a solo tour of his U.K. homeland this fall. The 12-date "Who Was I" trek is mapped out from a November 7 show in Birmingham through a December 2 concert in Bournemouth, and will... Read More.
Last month, Roger Daltrey announced the first three dates of a planned late-summer solo tour of the U.S., and now the Who frontman has doubled the number of confirmed shows on the trek. The new shows are scheduled for August 19 in San Diego; August... Read More.