Roger Daltrey announces UK ‘Tommy’ tour

Who man hits the road this summer

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[b]The Who[/b]’s [b]Roger Daltrey[/b] is set to tour the band’s rock opera [b]’Tommy[/b]’ in the UK this summer.

[b]Daltrey[/b] recently played the 1969 album at the [b]Royal Albert Hall[/b] in [b]London[/b] for the Teenage Cancer Trust
, and will now take it on the road this July.

He will be joined on the tour by [b]Simon Townshend[/b], the younger brother of his [b]The Who[/b] bandmate [b]Pete Townshend[/b].

[b]Townshend[/b] said: “I will be there in spirit and [b]Roger[/b] has my complete and most loving support.”

[b]Roger Daltrey[/b] will play:[b]

Alchester Ragley Hall (July 3)
Gateshead Sage (4)
Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (6)
Manchester Bridgewater Hall (7)
Nottingham Royal Centre (9)
Newport Centre (10)
Bristol Colston Hall (12)
Southend Cliffs Pavillion (13)
Guildford Guilfest (15)
Hampshire Broadlands (16)
Harrogate Ripley House (17)
Hull City Hall (19)
London Indigo O2 (21)
Norwich Blicking Hall (22)
Exeter Powderham Castle (24)[/b]

Tickets go on sale on Friday (April 29) at 9am (GMT).

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