The Who's New Album Sessions Could Start As Early As May
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
It seems as though both Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey are on board for recording a new Who album in 2014 -- they just don’t know yet when. According to fan posts on the band’s official website TheWho.com, during Townshend’s February 16th appearance at London’s Ealing Music and Film Festival, he stated that the band would be entering the studio towards the end of the year.
Daltrey had previously been quoted as saying the sessions would be held between May and July of this year. There's still been no official word regarding the new album.
Roger Daltrey has made no bones about the fact that he's kept up a busy solo career for the solo purpose of serving the Who for future live dates and recordings. We asked Daltrey to lay out how he and Townshend plot their future projects: "Well, y'know, he writes and then we decide. One of the reasons I'm doing this is so that if he ever does write anything significant or anything that he needs me to sing I've got a voice to do it. I've dedicated my life to being the voice of his music. I'm happy with that position. I feel I've done a good job for him."
Photo Courtesy of Rick Diamond
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