Blog Posts - Roger Daltrey



Roger Daltrey Stuns Wedding Party With Impromptu Performance @ CELEB GOSSIP

Roger Daltrey Stuns Wedding Party With Impromptu Performance @ CELEB GOSSIP >>> The Who frontman took to the stage at a newlywed’s reception in Glasgow Despite playing in one of the most influential rock bands of the 21st Century a...
by DARK GOSSIP on Dec 1, 2014

An Interview with Wilko Johnson

by Write On Music on Apr 29, 2014

Wilko Johnson + Roger Daltrey – Going Back Home (2014)

On Boxing Day 2012, I sat in my friend’s lounge enjoying a post-Christmas get together and the company of other friends. One of them was a music producer, and inevitably we got talking about music, groups he had managed and personalities. He told m...
by Something Else Reviews on Apr 11, 2014

Queen, Roger Daltrey And Tony Iommi – I Want It All

Video of the day April 9, 2014. Queen, Roger Daltrey and Tony Iommi perform at The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness.    ...
by Guitar Players World on Apr 10, 2014

Track Of The Day: Wilko Johnson And Roger Daltrey - 'All Through The City'

It may not have got to number 1 in the album charts, but who needs a number one record when you're an all-time legend? In early 2013, Wilko Johnson was diagnosed with terminal pancreas cancer, and given ten months to live. The guitar icon says a euph...
by RW/FF on Apr 4, 2014

REVIEW: Wilko Johnson And Roger Daltrey - 'Going Back Home' (Chess Records)

It's fair to say that the music world owes a lot to Wilko Johnson. His unique and exciting style of guitar playing has inspired many ever since he first stepped on to a stage, and without the renowned Dr Feelgood, punk rock wouldn't have happened and...
by RW/FF on Apr 1, 2014

Make Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey number one this weekend!

Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey's superb collaborative album 'Going Back Home' is currently sitting at number 2 in the midweek charts, one place behind the latest X Factor nobody. I don't think I need to explain why guitar hero Wilko deserves a numbe...
by RW/FF on Mar 29, 2014

DYLAN COVERS #142 Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey - Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window x 2

Use your arms and legs it won't ruin youWILKO JOHNSON AND ROGER DALTREY - Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window (2014) This is a track from Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey's new album Going back Home (2014). I have listened to the album and it is just...
by Tune Doctor on Mar 27, 2014

Chesney Hawkes--The One and Only (1991)

     I have always liked Michael J. Fox. "Family Ties" was one of the only sitcoms I bothered to watch in the 80's (heck, it's one of the few I've bothered to watch period), mainly because of his talents, and his movies have been...

Ricky Byrd: I Still Love Rock 'N' Roll

“I’ve been waiting to do this for years,” Ricky Byrd snarls before throwing his guitar into gear and careening it through “Rock 'N' Roll Boys,” the rabble-rousing opening track on Lifer (Kayos Records), his solo debut. It’s a blink-and-yo...
by Write On Music on Aug 30, 2013

On Second Thought: The Who – Quadrophenia (1973)

Quadrophenia is getting new attention after the remaining members of the Who launched a U.S. tour this month focusing on their long-overlooked second rock opera. But how does it hold up nearly 40 years later? Panelist JC Mosquito certainly had his mi...
by Something Else Reviews on Nov 23, 2012

Books: Who I Am: A Memoir by Pete Townshend

In an undelivered letter “written to the gods,” Pete Townshend advised his young son on his first birthday in 1990 to “Be a pessimist. It is the safest, most pragmatic way to be. Being an optimist may enrich the lives of others … but it leads...
by Something Else Reviews on Nov 6, 2012

‘Anxious to work together before we drop dead’: Pete Townshend on latest Who reunion

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are set to reunite for a 37-date North American tour as the Who, presenting a concert called “Quadrophenia and More.” The dates, included below, will feature that legendary 1973 release in its entirety, pl...
by Something Else Reviews on Jul 18, 2012

Roger Daltrey - "Waiting For A Friend"

I was sitting around the other day, listening to some music from The Who and their lead vocalist, Roger Daltrey's solo stuff, and it occurred to me that perhaps it was time for another blog on the man! He has such a great voice, which suits just abou...
by Stonefish's Music Blog on Mar 19, 2012

On Second Thought: The Who – Endless Wire (2006)

You can argue as much as you want whether this was the Who, or — as Roger Daltrey was fond of putting it — Who2, or as some jokingly said, “The Two,” or should have been a Pete Townshend album, or should have simply been calle...
by Something Else Reviews on Mar 1, 2012

Top List TV Roundup: Maria Menounos Loses Super Bowl Bet, Hosts ‘Extra’ in a Bikini

Maria Menounos is a woman of her word! After losing a bet with Extra co-host A.J. Calloway, the die-hard Patriot fan donned a New York Giants-colored bikini during Monday’s broadcast in the heart of Times Square. The temperature? A chilly 5...
by Toplist101 on Feb 8, 2012


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