Roger Daltrey

The Who’s Pete Townshend is working on a new rock opera

The upcoming stage show will include a variety of new songs

Nicolas Cage recalls seeing The Who for his first concert: “I was just blown away”

"I was so excited, I couldn't stay in my seat"

Roger Daltrey is “doubtful” The Who will tour America again

"Touring has become very difficult since COVID"

The Who’s Roger Daltrey gives update on Keith Moon biopic

"People like him are greatly missed in life today, because life is so full of fucking mediocrity"

Roger Daltrey on Teenage Cancer Trust and the chances of new music from The Who

The frontman also told NME about the NHS in crisis, and the band's upcoming orchestral tour

The Who to perform at charity Christmas carol service in London

Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey will share a special acoustic set at the event, in aid of Nordoff Robbins

Roger Daltrey: “I wish Oasis would just get back together”

The Who frontman added that Liam Gallagher "has really carved out a niche for himself now"

Pierce Brosnan: “I got a platinum album for ‘Mamma Mia!’ – so fuck the begrudgers!”

007 himself talks bands, 'Black Adam' and why he loves singing ABBA bangers

Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher, Madness and more to play Peter Blake’s 90th birthday gig

They will celebrate the iconic artists at London's Royal Festival Hall in December, with proceeds going to charity

Roger Daltrey has two generations of Townshends in his UK solo tour band

The Who frontman's UK tour kicks off today (June 20)