Roger Daltrey the Who authentic autograph March 2009 Keith Moon
Authentic Roger Daltrey the Who authentic autograph. Obtained 8th March 2009 when he opened the plaque for Keith Moons former home. Mounted with photo of Roger at the event. Autograph can be easily removed.
Roger Daltrey born in the West London suburb of Shepherd’s Bush on March 1, 1944, Roger first assembled the group that would become The Who in 1961 while at Acton County Grammar School, recruiting John Entwistle and subsequently agreeing to John’s proposal that Pete Townshend should join. In those days Roger, whose daytime job was working in a sheet metal factory; even made the band’s guitars, and it was his energy and ambition that drove the group during their formative years. That same energy, coupled with his unwavering resolve, has sustained the group during periods of uncertainty ever since.
Roger’s earliest tastes in music ran to the blues and R&B which formed the setlist during their early years as The Detours, as well as Fifties rock’n’roll, which is reflected in his outstanding interpretations of such noted Who covers as Eddie Cochran’s ‘Summertime Blues’ and Johnny Kidd & The Pirates’ ‘Shakin’ All Over’. When Pete Townshend became the group’s songwriter, Roger Daltrey the Who authentic autograph became the mouthpiece for his lyrics and ideas. At the same time he contributed to the group’s sense of showmanship by developing his unique skill at twirling his microphone lead around like a lasso and, by the time of Tommy in 1969; becoming one of rock’s most iconic sex symbols with his golden curls, bare chest and fringed suede jackets.
The Tommy era saw Roger mature enormously as a vocalist; and nowhere was this maturity more evident that on Who’s Next; whether on the melodies of the beautiful ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ and ‘The Song Is Over’ or; at the other extreme, the torturous scream that climaxes ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’. On Quadrophenia, Pete’s second and more ambitious rock opera, Roger Daltrey the Who authentic autograph; was able to bring all his newfound abilities to bear on rockers like ‘5.15’ or power ballads such as ‘Love Reign O’er Me’ which has since become a concert showcase for his outstanding vocals.