When the producers of ABC's 'Once Upon a Time in Wonderland' found themselves without the services of Who vocalist Roger Daltrey for an upcoming episode of the show, they turned to another rock legend who likes to leave his shirt unbuttoned: Iggy Pop.
Roger Daltrey has always been extremely generous with his time when it comes to charity efforts and organizations, and he's continuing that philanthropic streak this September, when he'll headline Queen's annual AIDS benefit show.
How do you put together a solo album when people are used to hearing your voice used as a conduit for one of rock's greatest songwriters? It's a nice problem to have, but it's also keeping Roger Daltrey from rushing into recording new solo music.
Roger Daltrey's overseas touring commitments with the Who will keep him busy this summer -- but not too busy to help raise some money for one of his favorite charities with a special solo benefit show.
He already had one of the most famous voices on the planet and a Commander's rank in the Order of the British Empire, and now Who vocalist Roger Daltrey can add "first-ever patron of the Brighton Institute of Modern Music" to his list of distinguished achievements.
How much would you give for a piece of rock and roll history? The Who‘s Roger Daltrey wants to know, as he’s attempting to continue his support of the Teenage Cancer Trust charity by putting up his 1976 green tour t-shirt on the block.
Over the last month, cyclist Bradley Wiggins has become a hero in his native Great Britain. In July, he became the first Briton to ever win the Tour de France and won his fourth career Olympic gold medal, and seventh overall, to become his country’s all-time most successful olympian.
One of the most bizarre stories to pass our way in recent history was confirmed on Thursday. Appearing on the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” late night talk show, Who singer Roger Daltrey said that yes, the organizers of the 2012 London Olympics did, in fact, try to get drummer Kei…
During his concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Thursday (March 29), Paul McCartney got by with a little help from his friends (officially the 1,587,204th time someone has referenced that song in an article about a guest appearance at a concert by a Beatle). Ronnie Wood, Roger Daltrey and Paul Weller…
Scientists working at Boston’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with the funding help of hometown hero and Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler, are working on a special, almost magical gel that replicates the activity of a human vocal cord. It will be able to help the damaged voices of singers and, …