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Pete Townshend Gives Blessing to Roger Daltrey's Tommy Tour

With Roger Daltrey taking The Who's Tommy on the road in the UK and US, it would be disingenuous if he didn't have the permission of Who guitarist and Tommy composer Pete Townshend. Townshend recently released a statement saying that he looked forward to the production and he would be in the audience to hear Daltrey and his band's reworkings of the classic rock opera. Incidentally, Townshend's son Simon is the band's guitarist.

Roger Daltrey Auditioned to Judge American Idol

During the last round of tryouts to see who would join the judging panel for the tenth season of American Idol, it was reported that Roger Daltrey of The Who had auditioned. Daltrey, who has been a vocal critic of talent shows, was beat out by the more colorful lead singer of Aerosmith, Steven Tyler. Producers said that Daltrey, despite being an influential rocker, appeared too formal during the audition.

Roger Daltrey Tickets. The Who's Bad Boy, Live!

The Roger Daltrey 2011 Tommy tour is revving up, and this English rebel from 60s supergroup The Who is set to blow you away with a pile-driving set. Roger Daltrey tickets are not going to be easy to find, so browse our Roger Daltrey schedule and make sure you have yours in your back pocket well in advance of the Daltrey tour dates you have in mind. Just remember, Roger Daltrey is one of the original bad boys, one of those who smashed his instruments and inspired a generation of mods to fight the rockers on the beaches. Daltrey is so much more than a rock 'n' roll star, though; his performances on celluloid, such as his depiction of armed robber John McVicarin the 1980 film of the same name, and that of Tommy, the "deaf, dumb and blind" kid who was a living character from a Who song (Pinball Wizard), left cinema audiences gasping for more. Roger Daltrey tickets will put this wild artist before you in the flesh, where he'll give you a show guaranteed to shake your bones!

Roger Daltrey tickets are all the more noteworthy for the fact that this is the first tour of Tommy in recent years for the former Who wildman. The 2011 Roger Daltrey tour will begin in Florida in September. Daltrey looks fit and raring to go, and it is inevitable a powerhouse like him will always use it before he loses it. Buy tickets to Roger Daltrey and you will hear classic Who songs, as well as solo material. The hard-edged voice that we all know and love so well, the curly hair, and the blue eyes of the "badman" are all intact and ready to rock, on this 2011 Roger Daltrey concert tour.

If you remember the high points of The Who's - and of Daltrey's - career, you'll be thinking of a roaring, screaming voice, one that took rhythm and blues and processed it as if through a heavy rock vocal and threw in some grayed-out psychedelia for good measure. Among the more memorable are songs like I'm One, from the Quadrophenia album, a song that captures the neuroticism of a young mod, anxious to ape the manners and coolness of those around him. Another would be We Won't Get Fooled Again, in which Daltrey's vocal range found new avenues, as he roared about the contradictions and outright cons society and its leaders are full of. And then there's "Pinball Wizard", the song that inspired the rock opera, Tommy, in which Daltrey starred in the lead role. Pinball Wizard perfectly captures the mood of working-class London, its sleazy neon arcades with their hierarchy of pinball devotees, fashonistas and oddballs. Roger Daltrey tickets are going to be thin on the ground, but we have them here. Browse our selection and make a date to be at the 2011 Roger Daltrey tour. Come on and capture the spirit of revolution and hear some power rock blasted out the way it was always meant to be!

You saw Roger Daltrey perform live with The Who at one of the most legendary Super Bowls of all time, now's your chance to see Roger Daltrey live on an equally legendary tour, the Roger Daltrey Tour 2011. Roger Daltrey tickets are one sale now!

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