Author(s): Stafford Hildred
The charismatic lead singer for uncompromising supergroup The Who is one of rock's great survivors; at the age of 60 he's presenting a television series and masterminding a new album with long-term partner Pete Townshend. Roger Daltrey's life is extraordinary from start to finish; he was expelled from school and written off as a violent thug before music and The Who became his salvation. For many years he was the sex-symbol lead singer, strutting bare-chested on stage at their dynamic concerts - while fighting the other group members backstage.
The wild life of The Who's legendary lead singer
Tim Ewbank writes regularly on show business for Now magazine, as well as for national newspapers like the Daily Express and Mail on Sunday. He is the author of a number of successful show business biographies, including ones on Rod Steward, Tom Jones and Roy Keane.