The Who Relaunch 50th Anniversary Tour After Roger Daltrey Illness

30 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

The Who announce new tour dates as Daltrey recovers from meningitis.

NEW YORK (AFP) – The Who on Tuesday rescheduled dates for next year in what the rock legends say will be their last tour after lead singer Roger Daltrey fell ill.

But the last leg of the marathon tour, which was scheduled to start in early September, was postponed as the 71-year-old Daltrey came down with viral meningitis. The legendary British rock band announced rescheduled North American dates on Tuesday for “The Who Hits 50!” trek. “I am now on the mend and feeling a lot better,” Daltrey said in a statement. “We will be starting our rescheduled shows in March and will be coming back stronger than ever!” guitarist Pete Townshend added.

The Who usually start shows with their classic track “I Can’t Explain” and play many of the band’s other emblematic hits including “My Generation,” “The Kids are Alright” and “Who Are You.”

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