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Roger Daltrey

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Narrated by: Roger Daltrey
Length: 15 mins
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Joining us in the Audible Studios to talk about his autobiography, Roger Daltrey: Thanks a Lot Mr Kibblewhite, is British singer, actor and legendary front man of The Who, Roger Daltrey.  

Coming to prominence in the mid-'60s as the founder and lead singer of rock band The Who, Roger Daltrey has had an iconic career spanning more than 50 years. Famed for his stage presence and powerful voice, Roger has also carved a solo career as well as an acting one. His memoir, Roger Daltrey: Thanks a Lot Mr. Kibblewhite, was published in October 2018.  

Roger Daltrey talks to us about the time he was chucked out of The Who, making his own Fender guitar and discovering he had three more children after his 50th birthday.  

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  • RC18
  • Lake Mary, FL
  • 21-01-19

interesting snippet

the interview with Roger Daltrey really piqued my curiosity and made me want to read his book.

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Peaked my interest

I'm 24 and I love "The Who"". Not sure if I'm ready for another biography yet(I've just finished one) however, this is definitely high on the list when the time comes.

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We've never cheated

A short question and answer interview with the lead singer of The Who, introducing his book, Thanks a Lot, Mr.Hepplewhite, and reminiscing over his youthful years.
Great for any fans of the band.

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I love this

This is a fantastic interview with Rodger Daltrey. As it's so interesting to hear his little life

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  • Thomas Magney
  • 11-02-19

I'd have a drink with this bloke

Who knew RD had such a sense of humor? I’m looking forward to reading his book- I found Townsend’s autobiography strangely dry and a bit suffocating. I’d like to see what the non-hard partying (at least with drugs) remaining half of the Who saw things back in the day.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-12-18

Daltry rock's.

What else can you say about an interview with Roger Daltry than that Daltry rock's.

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  • Eric Magnusen
  • 22-10-18

Best Daltrey Interview

I've heard Roger interviewed many, many times and this one is probably the best. He tells some great stories and his mood helped me appreciate his personal perspective on being the lead singer of "The Who"