Tag Archives: Roger Daltrey

Who Wants Free Tickets to See The Who?

“Whooo are you? Who, who?

News Roundup: Ricky Gervais on the Emmys, Joanna Lumley for ‘Downton Abbey’ Guest Spot and the Beckhams’ New Baby Photos

• Ricky Gervais may have taken his fair share of crap for his caustic delivery at this year’s Golden Globes, but that didn’t stop Emmy voters for nominating the 68th annual awards show in the Outstanding Special Class ...

Music Roundup: The Return of British Sea Power

In the last decade, British Sea Power has consistently out-witted indie rock’s shifty soundscape with their own quirky guitar-twisted blend of literature, history, and pop culture’s best bits. No one else does it like they ...

Roundup: Will Matthew Goode be the Next ‘Superman’?

The very handsome Matthew Goode might be sizing up his superhero skills once again, as he's evidently being considered for the lead role in Zach Snyder's forthcoming Superman reboot.

Anglo For Your Ear: Roger Daltrey’s “Giving It All Away”

Leaving a legendary group to make a solo record is always a risk. An artist’s flaws and excess can become glaring without the safety net of a band.

Anglo For Your Ear: The Who’s “I Can See For Miles”

A very psychedelic performance, apparently from a 1967 episode of The Smothers Brothers. I get high just watching it, for several reasons. Oh yea-aaah!