After a long hiatus, British rock legend Roger Daltrey is set to tour the UK in 2022. The 67-year-old will be performing his classic hits as well as some new material from his upcoming album. Daltrey was last seen touring the UK in 1988, and tickets for his upcoming shows are already selling out. Catch one of history’s greatest performers live while you still can!
Roger Daltrey Concert Tours in UK 2022
|24-June-22||Oxford, UK||New Theatre Oxford|
|27-June-22||Portsmouth, UK||Portsmouth Guildhall|
|29-June-22||Nottingham, UK||Royal Concert Hall|
|1-July-22||Southend On Sea, UK||Cliffs Pavilion|
|4-July-22||Birmingham, UK||Symphony Hall|
|6-July-22||Glasgow, UK||SEC Armadillo|
|9-July-22||Manchester, UK||O2 Apollo|
|11-July-22||Liverpool, UK||Empire Theatre|
|13-July-22||Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK||O2 City Hall, Newcastle|
|17-July-22||London, UK||The London Palladium|
Roger Daltrey Setlist
The live performances of Roger Daltrey feature a rotating selection of songs, however the following is the most recent setlist that we have, which is from they choose to play :
- Tommy cover Pinball Wizard (The Who Cover)
- Tommy cover 1921 (The Who Cover)
- Tommy cover Amazing Journey (The Who Cover)
- Who’s Next cover Behind Blue Eyes (The Who Cover)
- Face Dances cover Another Tricky Day (The Who Cover)
- Tommy cover The Acid Queen (The Who Cover)
- Tommy cover Do You Think It’s Alright? (The Who Cover)
- Tommy cover Fiddle About (The Who Cover)
- Who’s Next cover Going Mobile (The Who Cover)
- Who’s Next cover Young Man Blues (The Who Cover)
- Join Together cover Sally Simpson (The Who Cover)
- Who Are You cover Who Are You (The Who Cover)
- Who’s Next cover Baba O’Riley (The Who Cover)
- As Long As I Have You cover Always Heading Home
About Roger Daltrey
On March 1, 1944, English singer, musician, and actor Roger Harry Daltrey was born. His full name is Roger Harry Daltrey. He is known as the lead singer of the rock band the Who, which he also helped to form.
In his time with the Who, Roger Daltrey has contributed a number of hit songs, including “My Generation,” “Pinball Wizard,” “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” “Baba O’Riley,” and “You Better You Bet.” In 1973, he launched his solo career while he was still a member of the rock band the Who. Since then, he has released ten studio albums under his own name in addition to five compilation albums and one live album. A few of his solo songs are “Giving It All Away,” “Walking the Dog,” “Written on the Wind,” “Free Me,” “Without Your Love,” and “Under a Raging Moon.”
— Roger Daltrey (@Roger_Daltrey_) April 27, 2016
The Who is widely recognized as one of the most important rock bands of the 20th century due to the fact that they have sold more than 100 million records all over the world. Daltrey was honored with lifetime achievement awards in 1988 from both the British Phonographic Industry and the Grammy Foundation for his work with the band. Both of these awards were in recognition of his contributions to the band. In 2005, he was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame, and in 1990, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In 2008, he and Pete Townshend were honored by the Kennedy Center. On May 21, 2016, they were awarded the George and Ira Gershwin Award for Lifetime Musical Achievement by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). In addition to his work as an actor and producer, Roger Daltrey has also appeared in roles in the theatre, in movies, and on television. In 2009, the listeners of Planet Rock voted him to have the fifth-best voice in rock. The following year, Rolling Stone ranked him as having the 61st greatest voice of all time.
Roger Daltrey’s Social Media
The Who Band
The Who got their start in London in 1964. Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, and Keith Moon were their band members at various times. A rock band from the 20th century has racked up more than 100 million record sales. Playing that was influenced by Entwistle and Moon, feedback and power chords played by Townshend, and the rock opera were all factors that contributed. Bands playing in the styles of hard rock, punk rock, and mod perform their tunes. The Who had a banner year in 1990.
The Who’s onstage destruction of guitars and drums significantly impacted pop art and mod. “I Can’t Explain,” “My Generation,” “Substitute,” and “Happy Jack” were all released in 1965. (1966). Their lone song to reach the top ten in the US charts was “I Can See for Miles,” which was released in 1967. Tommy has “Pinball Wizard” loaded on his machine (1969).
They rose to prominence as a result of their performances at Woodstock, Isle of Wight, and Live at Leeds (1970). The popularity of Tommy’s follow-up, Lifehouse, caused Townshend to leave the project. Who’s Next was released in 1971 and had songs such as “Baba O’Riley” and “Behind Blue Eyes.” 1973 saw the publication of the band’s album Quadrophenia, as well as the debut of Tommy as a film (1975). They entered a phase of retirement in 1976. Who Are You? was hampered by the passing of the Moon (1978).
After Kenney Jones took over for the late Keith Moon, the band went on to record Quadrophenia, and The Kids Are Alright. Following Townshend’s departure in 1983, the band eventually disbanded. The Who got back together for Live Aid in 1985, their 25th-anniversary tour in 1989, and the Quadrophenia tour in 1996–1997. 1999 marked the beginning of Zak Starkey’s career. Endless Wire was published in 2006, two years after Entwistle passed away in 2002. Since Entwistle’s passing, The Who has continued to perform live and go on tour with Starkey on drums, Palladino on bass, and Townshend on the second guitar and backing vocals. Palladino has also contributed backup vocals. Who 2019 was recorded with the assistance of an orchestra.
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Band members of The Who
- Lead and backup vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica, and percussion (1964–present) are all performed by Roger Daltrey.
- Lead and rhythm guitar, backing and lead vocals, and keyboards (1964–present) are all performed by Pete Townshend.
- Since 1996, Zak Starkey has been performing on drums and percussion.
- Guitarist and backup vocalist for the band Who (1996–1997, 2002–present), Simon Townshend.
- Since 2012, Loren Gold has been contributing keyboards and backup vocals.
- Since 2017, Jon Button has been playing bass guitar.
- Backing vocals were provided by Billy Nicholls throughout the years 1989, 1996–1997, and 2019–present.
- Keith Levenson is in charge of the musical coordination and is a conductor (2019-present)
- Katie Jacoby is the lead violinist for the band (2019-present)
- The principal cellist is Audrey Q. Snyder (2019-present)
- Emily Marshall is responsible for the keyboards and is the associate conductor (2019-present)
- Bass guitar, horns, backing vocals, and lead vocals were all performed by John Entwistle (1964–1983, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1996–2002; passed away in 2002).
- Doug Sandom – drums (1964; died 2019)
- Drummer, backup singer, and main vocalist Keith Moon (1964–1978; passed away in 1978).
- Drummer Kenney Jones’ discography spans the years 1978–1983, 1985, 1988, and 2014.
- John Bundrick – keyboards (1979–1981, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1996–2011)
- Drums are played by Simon Phillips (1989)
- Steve Bolton – guitar (1989)
- Pino Palladino – bass guitar (2002–2017)
- Keyboards and backing vocals were handled by John Corey during the years 2012 and 2017.
- Keyboards, mandolin, banjo, percussion, backup vocals, and Frank Simes was the musical director for the band from 2012 until 2017.
Sneak-Peak into Roger Daltrey’s Show
In conclusion, the Roger Daltrey Concerts Tour in 2022 is sure to be a great event for music lovers of all ages. The lineup of talented artists is sure to please everyone, and the venues are sure to provide an excellent experience for concertgoers. If you’re a fan of Roger Daltrey or any of the other artists on the bill, don’t miss your chance to see them live in 2022!