Pictured: Roger Daltrey talking to young cancer patients at Gosport marina for an event on a Clipper yacht.
Legendary rock star Roger Daltrey said today The Who are playing the best shows they have ever played and he will keep on fronting the band for as long as he can. The Who front man was speaking at an event for the Teenage Cancer Trust of which he is a patron, when he made the comments about the band he formed in 1964.
The 71-year-old rocker, who this year headlined Glastonbury Festival's Pyramid Stage, recently revealed that his insurance company will no longer let him perform two shows in a row as medical experts have told him he needs to allow his vocal cords to recover. Speaking about the future of the band, Daltrey said: "There are only the two of us left and we are just enjoying it while it lasts. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.