Happy Birthday Roger Daltrey. ‘Look Who’s Singing!’

This day (March 1, 1940), in East Acton, London, England, is born Roger Harry Daltrey, simply known as Roger Daltrey , English artist, founder and lead singer of The WhoVIDEO DIGEST Digest Tracklist : My Generation (w/ The Who, 1965) . Pictures of Lily (w/ The Who, 1966) . Substitute...

RCA Records publish David Bowie’s seventh album ‘Pin Ups’…

...Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, Richard Gottehrer) – 02:48 . 9.Don’T Bring Me Down (Johnnie Dee) – 02:01 . 10.Shapes Of Things (Paul Samwell-Smith, Jim Mccarty, Keith Relf) – 02:47 . 11.Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend) – 03:04 . 12.Where Have All The Good Times Gone (Ray Davies) – 02:35...

Brunswick Records publish The Who’s first album : ‘My…

...10.I’M A Man (Bo Diddley) – 03:21 . 11.A Legal Matter (Pete Townshend) – 02:48 . 12.The Ox (Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Nicky Hopkins) – 03:50 Musicians : The Who – Band . Roger Daltrey – Lead Vocals, Harmonica . Pete Townshend – Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals...

Bonamassa’s Role Models

...– Guitar, Vocals On (1-5 – 17) . Albert King – Guitar, Vocals On (6-10 – 18) . B.B. King – Guitar, Vocals On (11-16 – 19 – 20) . Roger Daltrey – Vocals On (12) . Eric Clapton – Guitar, Vocals On (20) (Source Bonamassa’s Role Models | )...

The Who brings Tommy to Tanglewood (1970)

July 7, 1970 – Bill Graham presents The Who – that is Roger Daltrey (voc, harmoa, tambourine), Pete Townshend (g, voc), John Entwistle (b, voc) and Keith Moon (d, perc, voc) at Tanglewood in Lennox, MA BY THE SAME...