Roger Daltrey


Roger Daltrey (b. 1944) is a highly acclaimed and veteran English singer, musician, and actor with signature powerful vocals and the lead singer/co-founder of The Who. He launched a solo career in 1973, and his many hits include the Top 20 smash, "Without Your Love" (1980), which is featured in the soundtrack to "McVicar" (1980) starring Daltrey. He also starred and performed in the Ken Russell-directed movie version of The Who's rock opera, "Tommy" (1975).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Giving It All Away (1973)
  • Come And Get Your Love (1975)
  • Avenging Annie (1977)
  • Free Me (1980)
  • Without Your Love (1980)
  • Walking In My Sleep (1984)
  • After The Fire (1985)
  • Let Me Down Easy (1985)

Pop charts debut year: 1973

Years active: 1959 - present

Genres: Rock, art rock, hard rock, soft rock, power pop

Labels: Track, MCA, Polydor, Atlantic, WEA, Rhino, Sanctuary


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