Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey team up for a special show...
THE WHO’s PETE TOWNSHEND and ROGER DALTREY are to play at a gig at the ROYAL ALBERT HALL.
The concert, which will mark the 150th anniversary of the venue, will give fans the first opportunity to hear material from the pair’s recent time spent in the studio together. The set will definitely feature new song ’Real Good Looking Boy’, which was recorded with Townshend, Daltrey, John Rabbit Bundrick, and Townshend’s brother Simon, reports Ananova.
Townshend hopes the gig will be “quite surprising”.
He continued: “I am back in my own studio again preparing songs and visual material for some kind of future project which I hope will provide a pathway of some kind for Roger and me in the future,” explained Townshend.
“Whatever happens, Roger and I are facing our new Everly Brothers format with excitement and trepidation,” he said. “I sense great chaotic madness ahead.”
The recent recordings are the first since the death of Who bassist John Entwistle last year. The band had re-entered the studio, preparing for a Who reunion tour shortly before his death. The remaining members of the band have not yet ruled out using the name The Who for their forthcoming work.
The concert takes place on March 29.