The Who star signed a letter calling for visa-free travel for Europe, despite previously saying a Brexit deal wouldn't affect musicians.
The lack of visa-free travel will prove disastrous for many performers, according to several industry heavyweights.
Queen star says turning 70 has made him consider death and late pals such as David Bowie and George Michael
Rod Stewart has parted with £10,000 of his own cash to support a railway club after their annual exhibition was destroyed.
<p>Yahoo Celeb witnessed Roger Daltrey being handed the 25th Music Industry Trusts (Mits) Award at a glitzy ceremony in London’s Grosvenor House hotel last night and we have to admit it was an absolute honour to be there.</p><p>A host of industry stars attended the gala - held in aid of Nordoff Robbins and the Brit Trust - and congratulated the 72-year-old rocker in person on his incredible career in music and philanthropy as the frontman of The Who and long-standing patron of the Teenage Caner Trust.</p>
It has been reported that rock legends Roger Daltrey and Wilko Johnson have recorded a theme song for Jeremy Clarkson’s new car series ‘The Grand Tour’. The former Top Gear presenter is a huge fan of The Who singer and ‘She Does It Right’ hitmaker and personally asked them to come up with a catchy tune for the opening credits of the motoring show to rival Top Gear’s familiar ‘Jessica’ by The Allman Brothers. A source told The Sun newspaper: “Jeremy is a huge fan of Roger and Wilko.
The Who singer Roger Daltrey has revealed he mentally “gave up” and wanted to die last year when he was battling meningitis. The Who are headlining Desert Trip festival this weekend in California along with The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Roger Waters and speaking ahead of the gig, Roger said he was amazed he was fit and well enough to perform because last year he was ready for death. Meningitis is marked by intense headache and fever, sensitivity to light, and muscular rigidit and Roger spent four weeks in and out of hospital and his diagnosis led the rock icon to cancel The Who’s 50th Anniversary Tour.