Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who, announced this week the release of a memoir, in August 2018. Still there is no title.
According to Stereogum, Daltrey will reminisce about his solo career and The Who, as well as reflect on the history of the United Kingdom.
The Who makes career panorama in one of the best shows in the history of Rock In Rio. The vocalist commented that the memories will speak about his trajectory, starting as a factory worker and becoming a musical idol.
Last year, Daltrey said it was important to get a handle on how the memoir was progressing before making anything official. “People sign a publishing deal and they have to put it out because they’ve taken the money,” he told Rolling Stone. “Well, bollocks to the money, I don’t care about the money. I want [to write] a good book.”
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