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roger daltry Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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CBS Sunday Morning November 11, 2018
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Roger Daltrey on The Who, Woodstock, and his Rock 'n Roll Life
Roger Daltrey, founder/lead singer of The Who, discusses how the hardships experienced by Brits in WWII paved the way for the musical revolution of the 1960s, he recalls what it was like to be the poster-boys for the British â€œmodâ€ movement (and why he never fully embraced the fad),Â and he remembers the â€œutter chaosâ€ of performing at Woodstock. He talks about how he and Peter Townsend pushed each otherâ€™s creative boundaries during the making of the first rock opera Tommy, how he managed to resist the drug fueled excess the 60s, and how it led to quite a bit of tension with his bandmates - especially The Whoâ€™s famously reckless drummer Keith Moon. Roger also reveals how he processed Moonâ€™s tragic death in 1978, how it led to the bandâ€™s breakup in the early 80s, and a how it took a Silicon Valley con man to finally reunite the band. Order Roger Daltrey's new bookÂ Thanks a Lot, Mr. Kibblewhite: My Story on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold. Â Follow The Who on twitter at @TheWho. Â Today's episode was sponsored byÂ National Security Agency Career Recruitment, Homecoming on Amazon Prime Video, Loop Jewelry, and Flatiron School. Â Visit Kickass News at www.kickassnews.com, subscribe to Kickass News on Apple Podcasts,Â and follow us on twitter at @KickassNewsPod.
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Hour 3: Tom Rinaldi
Le Batard and Stugotz debate if Tom Rinaldi is a journalist or not and Boban Marjanovic joins the show.