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Roger Daltrey Harry was born in the Hammersmith area of London but grew up in Acton, residents of the same kind of work that produced these suburbs Member Pete Townshend and John Entwistle. It was one of three children born to parents Irene and Harry Daltrey, and grew with his two sisters, Gillian and Carol. Harry Daltrey worked for a manufacturer of toilets, and Irene Daltrey was told he would be incapable of having children due to the loss of a kidney in 1937. However, she went into labor during World War II air raid and gave birth to his son to a nearby hospital in Hammersmith, west London. At the age of three years, the young Roger swallowed a rusty nail that had be surgically removed, leaving a visible scar. At the age of five, the rust of the nail caused an ulcer in the stomach which forced him to be hospitalized.
Daltrey attended Victoria Primary School and then Acton County Grammar School for children with Pete Townshend And John Entwistle. He showed promise in academic English public school system, ranking at the top of its class in the test of over eleven leading to their inclusion in the County High School in Acton. His parents hoped that eventually continue their studies at university, but Daltrey has proved to be a so-called "rebels school" and has developed a devoted interest in the emerging rock scene and music instead roll.
He made his first guitar from a block of wood and formed a skiffle group called the Detours. When her father buys Epiphone guitar in 1959, became the guitarist of the band and was soon expelled from school for smoking. Description of the postwar era, Pete Townshend wrote in his autobiography, "Until he was expelled, Roger was a good student. Then he heard Elvis became a boy and stuffed with an electric guitar and wearing a broad smile. Was it just rock roll? It is clear that young man like Roger that there was no future in the training of more. "
Daltrey became a sheet metal worker during the day while practicing and performing in the evening with the band at weddings, pubs and clubs of men. He invited classmates John Entwistle playing bass in the band, and with the advice of Entwistle, Pete Townshend invited to play the guitar. At that time, the band consisted of Daltrey to guitar, rhythm guitar Pete Townshend, John Entwistle on bass, Doug Sandom on drums and Colin Dawson on vocals. After Colin Dawson left the band, Daltrey has switched to singing and playing the harmonica as well, while Townshend became the guitarist. In 1964, drummer Doug Sandom left the band and was replaced over time by Keith Moon. Daltrey has continued to play the guitar, occasional presentations The Who, but much more frequently in recent years than in the early years of the band.
Early on, Daltrey was the band leader, winning a reputation for using his fists to exercise control when needed, despite its small size (its size is reportedly 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m)). According to Townshend, Roger ", saying things as he wanted. If you talked to him, usually much five years. "As usually choose the music they play, including songs The Beatles, various Motown artists, James Brown, and other rock standards.
In 1964, the group found another working group was discussed in the windings and renamed. Pete Townshend suggested "Hair" and Townshend's friend Richard Barnes suggested The Who. "The next morning, Daltrey has taken the band, saying: "Who is innit"
In 1964, the band's manager Peter Meaden renamed the group by the high number as part of a movement to establish the group as Favorite Mod The name was a reference to the T-shirts with "numbers" Mods one used at the time. Mod Pete Meaden composed songs for them (in fact, the songs were almost copies of watches Mod at the time, with lyrics modified) and released a single, "I'm the Face / Zoot Suit," on Fontana Records. The single was unsuccessful.
After Kit Lambert and Chris discovered the label High Numbers Station Hotel, the group changed its name back to WHO since Lambert and Stamp neither liked the name "high number."
With the first group recording contract in single early 1965, Townshend began writing original material and Daltrey area of the strip began to decline.
Due to the dynamic change in the control group, other members of The Who Daltrey expelled from the band in late 1965, after defeating the drummer Keith Moon for the provision Drug Townshend and Entwhistle, causing him to examine its methods of dealing with people. A week later, Daltrey was admitted to the band but I was told it would be on probation. He promised there would be no more violent outbursts or assaults. Daltrey recalled: "I thought if I'm in the band was dead. If you do not stay with The Who, I'd be a sheet metal worker for the rest of my life. "
second Single, Group "Anyway, Anyway, Anywhere," was the only song on which Daltrey and Townshend worked, Daltrey and only wrote two songs for the band. As Townshend became one of the most talented composers of rock, Daltrey's voice became the vehicle which Townshend's visions were expressed, and also earned a reputation as a singer and frontman praised powerful riveting. Who's stage was very energetic, and Daltrey habit of swinging the microphone by its cord on stage became his signature move.
Daltrey, microphone, and Townshend on stage
expression stuttering Daltrey of anger, frustration and arrogance of the Revolutionary Youth Band single, "My Generation" captured the revolutionary spirit of the 1960s for many young people around the world and has become the hallmark of the group. Later, his scream near the end of "Will not Get Fooled Again" became a defining moment in rock and roll. (Note:. Stuttering was initially made by Pete Townshend Demo "My Generation" as a way to express the voice of rapid fire mods Daltrey when faithfully followed the demonstration in this regard.)
In October 1973, Townshend was at a low point after struggling through the rock opera Quadrophenia Lifehouse and projects, and Daltrey was the experience success in their solo projects and acting roles. Daltrey has little free time, while others of the band worked on recording Music Quadrophenia, and used some of that time to check the books Who. Find who had fallen into chaos under the leadership of Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp. Kit Lambert was also artistic mentor Pete Townshend and his challenge led to new tensions within the group. During a filming session (in an incident Daltrey claimed was exaggerated) Townshend and Daltrey argued over the schedule. Townshend, the singer hit in the head with his guitar and Daltrey responded by knocking Townshend unconscious, again with a single blow.
With each of the key achievements of The Who, Tommy, Who's Next and Quadrophenia, Daltrey was the face and voice of the band as they define themselves as rebels in last generation of change. When adaptation Tommy by Ken Russell has emerged as a film in 1975, Daltrey played the lead role and was nominated for a Golden Globe for best acting debut in a movie. "Subsequently, Daltrey worked with Russell again, as with Franz Liszt in Lisztomania. He worked with Rick Wakeman on the soundtrack of the film, writing the lyrics of three songs, and the performance of these and others.
With Daltrey, Pete Townshend
WHO has been following Keith Moon's death in 1978, but the persistence of tensions that Daltrey felt new drummer Kenney Jones was the wrong choice for WHO. In 1980, he completed a major project Daltrey of The Who Films, Ltd., a drama called McVicar United Kingdom Bank Robber John McVicar. Daltrey produced and starred in the film, and completed a soundtrack impressive with the other band members. This success, along with other problems contributed to a deterioration of relations with Townshend, The Who and retired from active touring in 1982 when Townshend said he was not able to write for the group. The group has continued to work together sporadically, bringing together for the Live Aid concert and recording songs for the solo album Daltrey solo album in a Raging Moon, and Iron Man Townshend.
Daltrey returned to work as an actor, the realization of these large projects as The Beggar's Opera and The Comedy of errors from the BBC. He also appeared in several productions in film, television and theater during this period, including Mike Batt The Hunting of the Snark (1987), The Little Match Girl (1987), Buddy's Song (1990), who also produced and Mack the Knife (1990). In 1991, he received a Grammy Award The Chieftains for a night of Ireland: Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast.
Those who returned in 1989 with its 25th anniversary tour, which also the tour was the 20th anniversary of the rock opera Tommy. The tour included a support group and distinguished guests as Steve Winwood Patti LaBelle, Phil Collins and Elton John. Although Daltrey has experienced health problems that threaten life, he managed to complete the journey. He continued to work in theater and film during this period, projects such as The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True (1995) appears Tin Woodman as with Nathan Lane, Joel Gray, Natalie Cole, and Jewel Kilcher as Dorothy. Meanwhile, he also began to appear in emissions U.S. television.
In 1994 Daltrey celebrated his 50th birthday by performing one to two spectacular night at Carnegie Hall called A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and the WHO, and popularly called Daltrey sings Townshend was produced by the director of Daltrey at the time, Richard Flanz Who's music was arranged for orchestra by Michael Kamen, who led the Juilliard Orchestra for the event. Bob Ezrin, producer of Pink Floyd "The Wall" CD, among other famous albums was the live CD. Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Eddie Vedder, who has a special tribute acoustic Sinad O'Connor, Lou Reed, David Sanborn, Alice Cooper, Linda Perry, The Chieftains and others performed as guests special. Michael Lindsay-Hogg directed the television series that was broadcast on satellite television. Roger Daltrey celebration funds to support the babies at the hospital in New York, too. The concert, at the time was the fastest run out in history of the place is famous. The event was followed by a tour of major funded by Daltrey and including John Entwistle on bass, Zak Starkey on drums and Simon Townshend on guitar. Although the trip was considered an artistic success, has unable to obtain an advantage because Daltrey spared no expense to provide musicians and orchestras in each city to replicate the Carnegie Hall event for their fans. However, it does serve to draw attention to the songs of The Who, Quadrophenia, and rallied support for a visit staging and key of the rock opera in 1996-1997.
In 1996, Pete Townshend Quadrophenia came to produce the Prince's Trust concert in Hyde Park, London. He had initially expected to rise as a solo acoustic song with pieces of cinema, but after receiving offers of financing decided on a full production. When I contact to request a partnership Daltrey, Daltrey refused, but after some discussion, he agreed to help produce a unique spectacle. The opera was performed with a great backing band, including John Entwistle on bass, Pete Townshend on acoustic guitar and vocals, Zak Starkey on drums, Rabbit Bundrick and Jon Carin on keyboards, Simon Townshend on guitar and special guests including David Gilmour, Adrian Edmondson, Trevor McDonald and Gary Glitter. A horn section was added, and the singers, with other actors. On the night before the show, Daltrey was beaten in the face by a foot micro balanced by Gary Glitter. The accident fractured orbit and raised concerns that might not be able to perform safely, but Daltrey has been an eye-patch to cover the bruises and have completed the program as planned. Subsequently, Townshend decided take the production on tour in 1996-1997 as the WHO.
After Quadrophenia tour was a success, as returned by the WHO a simplified five-piece lineup for travel in 1999-2000. The group continued to work together, have a major impact on New York concert. After death of June 2002 in Entwistle, Daltrey and Townshend both decided to continue the tour as planned and the WHO. Bassist Pino Palladino was elected to fill the void left in place. They also paid a short visit in 2004. In 2006, they released their first studio album of new material in twenty years, Endless Wire This led some fans and critics to say that the acclaimed artistic tension within the WHO was between these two directors. Conducting a tour World in 2006-2007 to support the album.
Daltrey, exuberant and at ease with his role on stage. October 1976
When Colin Dawson left Detours, Roger Daltrey took the singer abandoning his guitar. The group as a whole recognizes innovation Entwistle and Moon and talent of their instruments, and Pete Townshend began writing hit songs. Daltrey hard to find a voice to present their new music floods in England. Daltrey hard to find a voice to give an interpretation of their music. His expression was Townshend well enough material on the recordings, and when his character live club scene right Who made the early start. However, this presentation lacks the confidence of years later, and was certainly still a singer looking for a voice.
Who is the first U.S. tour in 1967, appearing in the Monterey Pop Festival, and has new Daltrey experiences in the treatment of large rooms and stadiums. 1968 was a year with Townshend pivitol go beyond three minutes fast to his purpose of writing a rock opera. Beginning with "A Quick One While far," a mini-opera nine minutes into the performance Daltrey Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus showed him with a renewed confidence in the treatment of materials Townshend. In 1969, The Who first major rock opera Tommy was released, and Daltrey has found a voice for the main character that led to The Who concert halls world-renowned as Woodstock and the Isle of Wight Festival, and in opera houses worldwide in 1969 and 1970. Townshend later said in Amazing Journey with Tommy, and adaptation to portray the character Daltrey on stage, which has evolved from what was essentially a man with a strict and difficult to open arms, her naked body at the hearing and started to really get them involved. With this change, the group finally complete resume. "It was a marriage," says Townshend "But it was a good marriage. Those were the glory years." Daltrey has confirmed this, saying he was finally agreed, pointing a new role for the energy and sound in live performances.
Daltrey has long been known as one of the most charismatic singers rock. His character step includes the public and the projects that their repertoire as heroic anthems and ballads that touch the emotions and seized the imagination the public for forty years. This character has acquired a position as one of] roll4 ODS rock and influenced the development of several other groups since.
His appearance in early 1970 is included in the strike long blond curly hair and a sexually ambivalent look which became more masculine in the seventies progressed. He developed a reciprocating brand and launch the microphone by a complex sequence, always trying to match these sequences with the tempo of the song playing at that time. Although Daltrey reduced athletic performance in recent years, his presentation remains dynamic and captivating.
In 2003, Roger Daltrey has been honored by Time magazine as a European hero for his work with the Teenage Cancer Trust and other charities. In the list of New Year's Honours published December 31, 2004, was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire for services to music, the entertainment industry and charity. In December 2008, he and Pete Townshend have received prestigious cultural award from the United States as recipients of the 31st Annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, DC March 4, 2009, three days after his 65th birthday, he accepted the James Joyce of the Literary and Historical Society, University College Dublin remarkable success in the field of music.
Roger Daltrey supports many organizations, both solo and with other members of The Who. All the Who's Encore Series profits go Charities youth. Daltrey was instrumental in starting the series of Teenage Cancer Trust concert in 2000 Games with the reality that, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2007. Daltrey has played benefits with the RD Crusaders in 2003, 2004, 2006, conducted with WHO in 2005 at Live 8, to benefit Nordoff-Robbins Silver Key in 2005 and Los Angeles, City of Hope benefit in 2001 and 2004.
With WHO, which has made for the Robin Hood Foundation concert in New York and other benefits in 2001, the Bridge School benefit of Neil Young in 1999, and the Quadrophenia Concert for The Prince's Trust, Hyde Park in 1996. In addition to benefits Daltrey in Vail, Colorado in 1999 and attended a PETA benefit with Sarah McLachlan and Chrissie Hynde, the same year.
Daltrey appeared in The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True in 1995 for the Children's Defense Fund, and the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert to benefit research AIDS in 1992.
She sang "Rock and Roll" on the charity single released as McEnroe and effectively with the full metal racket Rock Aid Armenia in 1986, and conducted with the help of Live Concert in 1985 and Cambodia in 1979. In 1976, he appeared on the football field Celtic Glasgow Scotland. An audience of 35,000 participants and a total of over 100,000 has been donated to charity.
Daltrey has also been a judge for the Independent Music Awards for the eighth year supporting the independent artists.
Daltrey has been married twice. In 1964, he married the former Jacqueline "Jackie" Rickman, and had a son born in 1965, Simon. The couple divorced in 1968. In 1967, Mathias Daltrey born child, the result association with a Swedish model Elisabeth Aronsson. In 1971, he met Heather Taylor, his current wife. Together they have three children, Rosie Lea (b. 1972), Willow Amber (b. 1975) and Jamie (born 1981). Also has four granddaughters, Lily, Lola, Ramona, and scarlet, and a grand-son, Jonjo.
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Daltrey is a supporter of the Countryside Alliance and gave concerts to raise money for the organization.
For a complete list of albums Daltrey with WHO, See Who's discography.
Songs written by Daltrey
Well than ever a writing force to WHO and night by the singing talents of Townshend and Entwistle, Daltrey contributed a handful of songs catalog of the band during their career:
"Anyway, anyway, anywhere" (1965), The Who's second single, co-written by Townshend.
"See My Way" (1966) Daltrey, the only contribution to A Quick One
"Here for more" (1970)-B-side of "The Seeker".
Daltrey Another song, entitled "Certificate of Rose," apparently was tested shortly before the death of John Entwistle. The group had planned to play the same thing (that Townshend "Real Good Looking Boy") during his tour of 2002, but plans were suspended after the death of Entwistle. A studio version was recorded during the sessions endless wire (and this may Entwistle bass lines in 2002.) The song has not yet been published.
"Early Morning Cold Taxi", a song recorded by The Who Sell Out sessions in 1967 and launched in 1994 within 30 years of maximum R n'B cabinet, is credited with Roger Daltrey and Who roadie Dave "Cy" Langston, the song was written by Langston unique. [Citation needed] When Daltrey and Langston had the intention to form a partnership of writing, "where all the songs written by one of them would be credited as Daltrey / Langston (similar to Lennon-McCartney). The association did not produce any other songs (Plus an unprecedented event entitled "Blue Caravan"). Langston continued to play the guitar solo album by John Entwistle Smash your head against the wall in 1970.
Daltrey closing concert Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Dec. 2007
Daltrey has released eight solo albums. The first is the eponymous Daltrey in 1973, during a break from The Who's tour schedule. The top of a single album, "he giving All Away, "reached number five in the U.S. and UK album, which introduced Leo Sayer as a songwriter, made the Top 50 in the United States. The photo shows an inner sleeve trompe l'Île nod to the myth of Narcissus, reflection in the water Daltrey is different in appearance the actual product.
Daltrey's second album, Horse Riding Rock, was released in 1975 and is his second solo album with the commercial success more. The album cover, photographed by Graham Hughes Daltrey cousin, is notable for representing the singer like a muscular energy galloping centaur. When Sayer launched his own career as an artist, Daltrey called on a growing group of friends to write and play on their albums. Paul McCartney has contributed with the new song "Dizzy" one of the boys, where the group included Hank Marvin, Eric Clapton, Alvin Lee and Mick Ronson. On the cover of this, another clever visual play with the mirror image of Daltrey, referring to the famous Magritte painting reproduction prohibited.
McVicar was presented as a soundtrack album of the eponymous film, starring Daltrey and co-product. If all other members of the WHO (Townshend, Entwistle and Kenney Jones). McVicar had two singles, "Free Me" and "Sin Tu Amor" and the successful solo singer Daltrey.
The title song for the sub Wild Moon which is a tribute to drummer Keith Moon died in 1978. Every song on the album, including "Let Me Down Easy" by Bryan Adams expresses frustration aging process, as only a man who sang "I hope to die before the age" may. Daltrey is recognized as co-writer in "Do not Talk to Strangers "" The pride you hide, "better" Move in the Night "and" I'm not satisfied. "
It can not wait to see the film, Daltrey is recognized as co-writer on the tracks "Balance of cables" and "Take Me Home". On stones in the Head, Daltrey is credited (with Gerard McMahon) for co-writing seven of the eleven tracks, including: "Times have changed," "You Can not Call It Love "" Love, "" Road Man Blues, "" Days of Light "," Everything a heart could dream "and" Unforgettable Opera. "This was his first effort as a songwriter of his solo albums. Daltrey voice does not seem to have aged at all in this album, ranging from powerful blues voice tender Wolf growl of Howlin 'to share with her daughter Willow in every heart the ballad "A you may interested. "
In 1992, Daltrey became the Freddie Mercury Tribute concert, singing hard rock song "on Want It All", to honor Freddie Mercury, his friend of long duration, who died a day after a public announcement that he suffered from AIDS last year.
Daltrey celebrated his fiftieth anniversary in 1994 by Carnegie Hall, two concerts (23 and 24 February) later issued on CD and video entitled A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who, Daltrey sings Townshend sometimes called, accompanied by the Juilliard Orchestra, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Irish dancers and other special guests. The success of these programs has led a U.S. tour with the same name, with the brother of Pete Townshend Simon on guitar by Phil Spalding have rights under the first half of each show and John Entwistle to play the second half. One leg was in Australia considered but eventually scrapped.
Daltrey has taken a series of solo projects, including a tour with British Rock Symphony in 1998, and Night of the Proms in 2005. Daltrey has also worked with the camp of Rock 'n Roll Fantasy, fundraising for charity during the final concert.
Addition songs Daltrey co-wrote for his solo album, is credited for co-writing others, including "Child O Mine" with Gerard McMahon, used the soundtrack of The Banger Sisters and the TV series Witchblade, and "A Way Out II" Steve McEwan, published in the moonlight compilation. In the band Original Lisztomania, Daltrey is credited with "Dream of Love," "Orpheus Song" and "Peace at Last."
In 2005, Daltrey has a short weekly series on BBC Radio 2, presenting a personal choice rock and roll favorites. In 2006 he wrote and directed a special order song "Highbury Maximum "for May 7 Highbury Farewell ceremony after the last game at Arsenal Football Stadium between Arsenal and Wigan, where Arsenal celebrated the 93 years at Highbury, preparation for transfer to the Emirates Stadium at Ashburton Grove next season.
Roger Daltrey has undertook a solo tour of the United States and Canada on October 10, 2009. Simon Townshend joined him as a guitarist for this tour. Eddie Vedder made an appearance on the show in Seattle, WA, October 12. photos from concerts of his recent show in Chicago, IL Second show in November 2009 can be seen in Jack 104.3 FM Site web. Daltrey should then appear on several dates with Eric Clapton.
Daltrey, 1973, USA # 45
Riding Rock, 1975, USA # 28
Lisztomania, 1975 (music)
A child, 1977, USA # 46
McVicar, 1980, USA # 22
Best Bits, 1982 (compilation album)
The building must be painless, 1984, USA # 102
Under a Wild Moon, 1985, USA # 42
I can not wait to see the 1987 film
The rocks in the head, 1992
Martyrs and Madmen, 1997 (compilation)
Moonlight, 2005 (album compilation)
"Giving It All Away" (# 5 UK), 1973
"I'm Free" (# 13 UK) 1973
"Without Your Love" (# 20 U.S.), 1980
"Free Me" (# 39 UK), 1980
"Walking In My Sleep" (# 56 U.S.), 1984
"After The Fire" (# 48 U.S.), 1985
Only original soundtrack album
The Banger Sisters (2002) – Daltrey wrote lyrics and sang "Child of Mine."
Best (2000) – performs "House of the Rising Sun."
Mack the Knife (1990) – Performed as a street singer.
SUCCESS The secret of my $ s (1987) – ". The price of love" performed
The Lost Boys (1987) – sings "Do not let the sun go down on me."
Quicksilver (1986) – performs "Quicksilver Lightning."
McVicar (John McVicar), 1980 – Carried out the complete soundtrack, including "Bitter and Twisted," "Just a Dream Away," "White City Lights, "" Free Me "," My Time Is Gonna Come "," Waiting for a friend "," Sin Tu Amor "," McVicar ".
Lisztomania (1975) – Daltrey worked with Rick Wakeman and others on the soundtrack Lisztomania. He wrote the lyrics to "Love's Dream, "" Song of Orpheus "," Peace at Last "and presents" Dream of Love, "" Song of Orpheus, "" Funeral "and" peace at last. "
In 1984, Daltrey has appeared on "Bad Attitude", a song album of Meat Loaf song sharing. The following year, appeared on Barbra Streisand music video for her single "Emotion", playing husband emotionally disinterested Streisand. In 1992 he appeared on albums by The Chieftains' Grammy award winner, one night in Ireland: Live at the Grand Opera House. Also released an album with the Children Choir of Harlem in 1998 with selections from A Christmas Carol.
He has taught thirteen years, Jared Drake Bell how to play the guitar in 1999. Drake later, the star of Drake and Josh and released two albums.
In 2001, Daltrey singing provided the theme song from Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros album, Global A Go-Go.
In 2003, he expressed his support for anthrax thrash-metal in the song "Take Back the Music" from their album We're here for you all. Collaboration was anthrax through marriage guitarist Scott Ian, (Pearl Aday), whose mother is a friend of Daltrey and his wife. Aday also Meat Loaf's daughter.
In 2005, Daltrey worked with the British pop band McFly to sing her song "My Generation".
January 12 2009 Daltrey led a unique concert at the Academy with Babyshambles O2 Bristol Teenage Cancer Trust.
On July 5, 2009 Sunday, Daltrey has joined Paul Weller on stage at the Hop Farm Festival in Kent on a point of "Magic Bus".
Film and stage career
Who is after retirement from working life in 1982, Daltrey has developed his career in film and theater stage. appearances Daltrey in over 30 films includes principles of roles in Tommy, "child deaf, dumb and blind" Tommy Walker in 1975 as a Hungarian composer Franz Lisztomania Liszt in 1975, and McVicar, as British robber turned journalist John McVicar in 1980.
In 2006, Roger Daltrey starred as the voice of Argon the Dragon Bus Driver DVD home for children called The Wheels on the Bus: Mango and Papaya's Animal Adventure Armstrong Moving Pictures. The DVD includes a dragon Daltrey children dressed driving a bus with two puppets lost trying to return home at the zoo. Daltrey sings children's classics as "The wheels of the Bus Go Round and Round" more songs written specifically for home video. He later appeared in two other videos in this series.
Daltrey in 2008, before the screening of "The Who Live at Kilburn 1977" of 2008 in Sherman Oaks ArcLight
Roger Daltrey has extensive filmography. A sample of his films is as follows:
Tommy (Tommy Walker), 1975
Lisztomania (Franz Liszt), 1975
The Legacy (Clive), 1978
McVicar (John McVicar), also producer, 1980
The Beggar's Opera (Macheath), 1983
Murder: ultimate grounds for divorce, 1985
The Party Girl (Jeb Macklin), 1987
Mack the Knife (street singer), 1990
Cold Court (Keith Gibson), 1989
Buddy Song (Terry Clark) Also Score Music Composer, Producer, 1991
If Looks Could Kill – Teen Agent (Blade), 1991
The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert 1992
Lightning Jack (John T. Coles), 1994
A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and 1994
The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True 1995
Vampirella (Vlad), 1996
Things like that (Kelvin), 1998
The Legend of the Invisible (King Boric), 1999
Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula (King Janos), 2000
Best (Rodney Marsh), 2000
The Young Messiah – Messiah XXI (2000) (DVD)
Strange Frequency 2 (Host / Diablo), 2001
Chasing Destiny (Nehemiah Peoples), 2001
. Com for Murder (Ben), 2002
Johnny Was (Jimmy Nolan), 2006
Daltrey has played a number of television roles, including including the BBC Shakespeare Dromio both a comedy of errors, the police drama The Bill, cursors series of science fiction as a colonel Angus Rickman, VH1 series Strange Frequency 2, Witchblade as the devil, and was a recurring guest star in Highlander: The Series as Hugh Fitzcairn Immortal one of the main character's best friend, Duncan MacLeod. In 1983, he played Macheath, the hero of the outlaws of the BBC TV production of 1728 ballad opera by John Gay The Beggar's Opera. "
In 1986, he starred in the television series Friends. In 1993, the guest artist (Steve Buscemi) in an episode of Tales from the Crypt, entitled "Forever Ambergris". Daltrey appeared as a villain in one episode 1996, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Nobby Clegg has also played a character named after the band Nobby Clegg and the civilian population in the Showtime series Rude Awakening.
Daltrey appeared in an episode of The Simpsons, "A Tale of Two Springfield", like him, with John Entwistle (Pete Townshend was succeeded by his brother Paul for the episode). Who helped Homer break a wall he had built.
A history buff himself describes, often Daltrey involved in research facilities related to the history of documentaries and television. Tales of Pirates since 1997, is a documentary / Action Show age of piracy in 1700, which supplanted Daltrey English pirate William Dampier in a leading role as the narrator throughout the series. In 2003 he hosted the History Channel Extreme History with Roger Daltrey about historical facts and explain the survival techniques of civilizations were treated available. He also appeared in "That '70s Show" Musical, Episode 100 of That '70s as musical director of Fez.
Daltrey assessment carried out in a November 7, 2006 at the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "(" Living Legend singing ") as Mickey Dunn, a prominent 1970 Las Vegas mob boss returning to Las Vegas to avenge his attempted murder. Who is the music, and Daltrey, provide the themes of the series three of the CSI franchise per week ("Who You Are" from the original series, "Will not Get Fooled Again" CSI: Miami and "Baba O'Riley" for CSI: New York).
In 2005, Daltrey had a cameo as himself in the episode "The Priest and the Beast" in the series 2 of The Mighty Boosh. It is the protagonists aspire to a desert, presumably as a "karmic" consequence of leaving Woodstock early and did not help clean.
most Daltrey has also performed on the soundtrack for several films and television shows, especially CSI. It is also appeared in the video for "Emotion" Barbra Streisand, but neither he nor the WHO have been the act.
Daltrey appeared on stage in productions of hunting the Snark Mike Batt in 1987 as a lawyer, and Philharmania Batt with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in 1998. It also appeared The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True in 1995 as the Tin Man, BBC Radio 2 production of Jesus Christ Superstar as Judas in 1996, and A Christmas Carol in 1998 the role of Scrooge. In 2003, she played Alfred P. Doolittle in a production of My Fair Lady at the Hollywood Bowl with John Lithgow and Melissa Errico.
In addition to his acting career, Daltrey has acted as producer on several films, including: Buddy's Song (1990), McVicar (1980), Quadrophenia (1979) and a project in development See Me Feel Me: Keith Moon Naked for your pleasure.
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