Showing posts with label ROGER DALTREY. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ROGER DALTREY. Show all posts

Saturday, August 12, 2017

THE WHO'S ROGER DALTREY LAUNCHES CHAMPAGNE

Roger Daltrey



Roger Daltrey of THE WHO launched his Champagne Cuvée at MR CHOW at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada over the weekend.



Sunday, October 23, 2011

ROGER DALTREY AT LAS VEGAS HARD ROCK

Roger Daltrey In Concert


Roger Daltrey



Roger Daltrey performed at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada yeaterday.


Photos By: RD / Kabik / Retna Digital

Friday, March 16, 2007

WHO CANCELS: ROGER DALTREY ILL

Roger Daltrey

The Who will make it right with their fans in Tampa, Fla., after the band abruptly canceled a concert there because of illness. The British rock band halted its concert Tuesday night before lead singer Roger Daltrey sang a word of the first song, "I Can't Explain." Apparently he couldn't -- sing, that is -- because he was sick, the Tampa Bay Tribune said. "Roger has bronchitis," guitarist Peter Townshend told the crowd of about 9,000 at the Ford Amphitheater. "I've been with Roger and he can barely speak. We're going to have to cancel." Their fans were forgiving and even applauded the March 25 makeup date. "I'd rather see 100 percent of The Who than 50 percent," Alex Hutchins told the newspaper. Leslie Stallings was in the same mood, telling the Tribune, "We're disappointed, but we understand." Tickets for the canceled show will be honored for the March 25 date or refunds can be obtained at the place of purchase, a representative of the Ford Amphitheater said.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

MIKE MYERS TO PLAY KEITH MOON IN 'WHO' BIO-PIC

Mike Myers (left) is to play the late Who drummer Keith Moon in a film of his life.The 'Austin Powers' actor has been picked to play the wild rocker by his former bandmate Roger Daltrey, who has been working on the project with producer Nigel Sinclair for around ten years. Daltrey and Sinclair are now looking for a suitable director to helm the movie, titled 'See Me, Feel Me: Keith Moon Naked For Your Pleasure'. Sinclair - who has previously worked on such films as 'No Direction Home: Bob Dylan', 'Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines' and 'Sliding Doors' -insists Daltrey always wanted Myers for the lead role. He said: "Roger's dream was to have Mike as the creative force to pull this film together."Moon, whose drink and drug binges have become interwoven into rock 'n' roll folklore, died in his sleep in 1978 after overdosing on Chlormethiazole, a prescribed drug he was taking as part of a program to stop him drinking. He was aged 32.The film is due to be released in 2009.

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