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NFL/SUPERBOWL
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February 08, 2010
Roger Daltrey of the British rock band 'The Who' performs during the halftime show for the NFL's Super...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Daltrey of the British rock band 'The Who' performs during NFL Super Bowl XLIV halftime show in Miami...
Roger Daltrey of the British rock band 'The Who' performs during the halftime show for the NFL's Super Bowl XLIV football game between the New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts in Miami, Florida February 7, 2010. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES)
NFL/
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February 04, 2010
Pete Townshend (R) of the rock group 'The Who' answers a question at a news conference to defend himself...
Fort Lauderdale, UNITED STATES
Pete Townshend of 'The Who' answers a question at a news conference before NFL Super Bowl XLIV football...
Pete Townshend (R) of the rock group 'The Who' answers a question at a news conference to defend himself against critics who say he should not play in the half-time show at the NFL Super Bowl XLIV football game in Fort Lauderdale, Florida February 4, 2010. Townshend was arrested in Britain in 2003 on pornography charges and later cleared. The New Orleans Saints will face the Indianapolis Colts on February 7. At left is Roger Daltry. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
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December 07, 2008
The 2008 Kennedy Center Honorees, (L-R seated) choreographer Twyla Tharp, actor Morgan Freeman and Barbra...
Washington, UNITED STATES
2008 Kennedy Center Honorees gather for group photo in Washington
The 2008 Kennedy Center Honorees, (L-R seated) choreographer Twyla Tharp, actor Morgan Freeman and Barbra Streisand, and (L-R standing) rock musicians Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who and singer George Jones, gather for a group photo after they received their honors at a gala dinner at the US State Department in Washington December 6, 2008. The 31st Annual Kennedy Center Honors awards are given for lifetime achievement in the performing arts. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES)
GLASTONBURY/
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June 24, 2007
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset...
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, south-west England, June 24, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
GLASTONBURY/
RTR1R3VT
June 24, 2007
British band The Who's Roger Daltry (L) and Pete Townshend perform during the Glastonbury music festival...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
British band The Who's Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival
British band The Who's Roger Daltry (L) and Pete Townshend perform during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, south-west England, June 24, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
GLASTONBURY/
RTR1R3VA
June 24, 2007
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
British band The Who's Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, south-west England, June 24, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
GLASTONBURY/
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June 24, 2007
British band The Who's Roger Daltry (L) and Pete Townshend perform during the Glastonbury music festival...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
British band The Who's Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival
British band The Who's Roger Daltry (L) and Pete Townshend perform during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, south-west England, June 24, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
GLASTONBURY/
RTR1R3V7
June 24, 2007
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset...
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, south-west England, June 24, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
GLASTONBURY/
RTR1R3V6
June 24, 2007
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset...
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, south-west England, June 24, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
GLASTONBURY/
RTR1R3V5
June 24, 2007
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
British band The Who's lead singer Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival
British band The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry performs during the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, south-west England, June 24, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
LEISURE
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September 13, 2006
Original member Roger Daltrey of British rock band "The Who" smiles before the opening night show of...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Roger Daltrey smiles before the opening night show for their world tour in Philadelphia
Original member Roger Daltrey of British rock band "The Who" smiles before the opening night show of their world tour in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 12, 2006 REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
LEISURE
RTR1HA2N
September 13, 2006
Original members Roger Daltrey (L) and Pete Townshend of British rock band "The Who" perform during the...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Daltrey and Townshend of British rock band "The Who" perform during opening night show in Philadelphia...
Original members Roger Daltrey (L) and Pete Townshend of British rock band "The Who" perform during the opening night show of their world tour in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 12, 2006 REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
LEISURE
RTR1HA27
September 13, 2006
Original member Roger Daltrey of British rock band "The Who" performs during the opening night show of...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Roger Daltrey performs during the opening night show for their world tour in Philadelphia
Original member Roger Daltrey of British rock band "The Who" performs during the opening night show of their world tour in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 12, 2006. This is the group's first world tour in over twenty years. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
DALTRY
RTXNLLO
July 02, 2005
British rock star Roger Daltry of The Who performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July...
London, UK
British rock star Roger Daltry of The Who performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, Jul.....
British rock star Roger Daltry of The Who performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July 2, 2005.A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in [Tokyo in the east and ending in North America] in the west.
LONDON
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July 02, 2005
British rock star Roger Daltry of The Who performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July...
London, UK
British rock star Roger Daltry of The Who performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London.
British rock star Roger Daltry of The Who performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July 2, 2005. A galaxy of rock and roll stars will grace stages across the globe on Saturday for what is being billed as the greatest music show ever, in a bid to put pressure on leaders of the Group of Eight major industrialised nations meeting in Scotland next week to do more to alleviate poverty, particularly in Africa. Live 8, an expanded version of the Live Aid sensation 20 years ago, will take in 10 cities and four continents, kicking off in Tokyo in the east and ending in North America in the west. REUTERS/Stephen Hird MFK/CN
SHOWBIZ
RTXM2NC
June 28, 2003
Rock music legend and founder of "The Who" Roger Daltrey (L) poses with Brian Wilson of "The Beach Boys"...
Hollywood, USA
Rock music legend and founder of "The Who" Roger Daltrey (L) poses with Brian Wilson of "The Beach B.....
Rock music legend and founder of "The Who" Roger Daltrey (L) poses with Brian Wilson of "The Beach Boys" at a photo opportunity at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, June 27, 2003. Daltrey was inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame 2003, which honors outstanding achievement in musical entertainment during ceremonies at Hollywood's outdoor music venue. Wilson presented the honor to Daltry.
HOLLYWOOD BOWL GALA
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June 27, 2003
Rock music legend and founder of "The Who" Roger Daltrey (L) poses with
Brian Wilson of "The Beach Boys"...
Hollywood, United States of America
ROCK MUSICIAN ROGER DALTREY AND BRIAN WILSON AT HOLLYWOOD BOWL GALA.
Rock music legend and founder of "The Who" Roger Daltrey (L) poses with
Brian Wilson of "The Beach Boys" at a photo opportunity at the
Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, June 27, 2003. Daltrey was inducted into
the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame 2003, which honors outstanding
achievement in musical entertainment during ceremonies at Hollywood's
outdoor music venue. Wilson presented the honor to Daltry. REUTERS/Fred
Prouser

FSP/HB
PEOPLE ENTWISTLE
RTR6Y6R
June 27, 2002
John Entwistle, 57, bassist of the rock band The Who, has died in Las
Vegas, Nevada at the Hard Rock...
New York, USA
ROCK BAND THE WHO AT ANNOUNCES TOUR AND NEW ALBUM.
John Entwistle, 57, bassist of the rock band The Who, has died in Las
Vegas, Nevada at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino June 27, 2002,
according to the Clark County Coroner's office in Las Vegas. The cause
of the death was still uner investigation. Entwistle (R) is seen in
this April 10, 200 file photo with fellow Who members Roger Daltry (L)
and Pete Townshend, at a press conference in New York. REUTERS/Peter
Morgan

PM/JP/CRB
CITY OF HOPE GALA
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October 11, 2001
Singers Roger Daltrey of The Who and Grammy Award winner Shelby Lynne
pose as they arrive for the City...
Los Angeles, United States of America
SINGERS ROGER DALTRY AND SHELBY LYNNE AT GALA DINNER.
Singers Roger Daltrey of The Who and Grammy Award winner Shelby Lynne
pose as they arrive for the City of Hope annual dinner gala honoring
Edgar Bronfman, Jr., executive vice chairman of Vivendi Universal,
October 11, 2001 on the Universal Studios lot in Los Angeles. The
dinner featured a salute to Motown music classics, with Crow performing
with raised funds for the City of Hope medical research center.
REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP/HK
PAUL MCCARTNEY
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June 14, 2001
Musician Roger Daltry, former member of the rock group "The Who", arrives as a guest at the Adopt-A-Minefield...
Beverly Hills, USA
ROGER DALTRY ATTENDS THE ADOPT A LANDMINE BENEFIT IN BEVERLY HILLS.
Musician Roger Daltry, former member of the rock group "The Who", arrives as a guest at the Adopt-A-Minefield benefit gala dinner in Beverly Hills June 14, 2001. Former Beatle Paul McCartney and his girlfriend Heather Mills founded the charity which seeks to clear the world of landmines.

FSP
THE WHO
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April 10, 2000
John Entwhistle (L), Roger Daltry (C), and Pete Townshend of the rock band The Who, pose for photos at...
New York, USA
John Entwhistle (L), Roger Daltry (C), and Pete Townshend of the rock band The Who, pose for photos .....
John Entwhistle (L), Roger Daltry (C), and Pete Townshend of the rock band The Who, pose for photos at a press conference in New York on April 10 where they announced the release of an album and a 20 city national tour. "The Blues to the Bush", a recording of live material from the band's 1999 reunion shows, will be distributed from the Musicmaker.com Internet site. The album will be released on a custom CD where buyers select the songs they want in the order they want, or as a download from the website.
THE WHO
RTXJNA7
April 10, 2000
Roger Daltry (L), Pete Townshend (C), and John Entwhistle of the rock band The Who, speak at a press...
New York, USA
Roger Daltry (L), Pete Townshend (C), and John Entwhistle of the rock band The Who, speak at a press.....
Roger Daltry (L), Pete Townshend (C), and John Entwhistle of the rock band The Who, speak at a press conference in New York on April 10, where they announced the release of an album and a 20 city national tour. "The Blues to the Bush", a recording of live material from the band's 1999 reunion shows, will be distributed from the Musicmaker.com Internet site. The album will be released on a custom CD where buyers select the songs they want in the order they want, or as a download from the website.
ENTWHISTLE
RTR6Y5Y
April 10, 2000
John Entwistle (L), 57, bassist of the rock band The Who, has died at
the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino...
Los Angeles, United States of America
JOHN ENTWISTLE OF THE WHO FILE PHOTO.
John Entwistle (L), 57, bassist of the rock band The Who, has died at
the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada June 27, 2002.
Entwhistle is shown at a press conference in this April 10, 2000 file
photograph with other members of the group Roger Daltry (C), and Pete
Townshend. The group was to have begun a concert tour at the hotel's
The Joint venue in Las Vegas June 28, 2002. REUTERS/Peter Morgan/Files

FSP/ME
ENTERTAINMENT WHO
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April 10, 2000
John Entwhistle (L), Roger Daltry (C), and Pete Townshend of the rock band The Who, pose for photos at...
New York, USA
THE WHO AT ANNOUNCES TOUR AND NEW ALBUM.
John Entwhistle (L), Roger Daltry (C), and Pete Townshend of the rock band The Who, pose for photos at a press conference in New York on April 10 where they announced the release of an album and a 20 city national tour. "The Blues to the Bush", a recording of live material from the band's 1999 reunion shows, will be distributed from the Musicmaker.com Internet site. The album will be released on a custom CD where buyers select the songs they want in the order they want, or as a download from the website.

PM/JP
ENTERTAINMENT WHO
RTR30F1
April 10, 2000
Roger Daltry (L), Pete Townshend (C), and John Entwhistle of the rock band The Who, speak at a press...
New York, USA
ROCK BAND THE WHO AT ANNOUNCES TOUR AND NEW ALBUM.
Roger Daltry (L), Pete Townshend (C), and John Entwhistle of the rock band The Who, speak at a press conference in New York on April 10, where they announced the release of an album and a 20 city national tour. "The Blues to the Bush", a recording of live material from the band's 1999 reunion shows, will be distributed from the Musicmaker.com Internet site. The album will be released on a custom CD where buyers select the songs they want in the order they want, or as a download from the website.

PM/JP
ROCK SYMPHONY
RTXIEDS
April 21, 1998
Musical director and conductor Keith Levenson (L) poses with musicians Roger Daltry, (C) and Peter Frampton...
Musical director and conductor Keith Levenson (L) poses with musicians Roger Daltry, (C) and Peter F.....
Musical director and conductor Keith Levenson (L) poses with musicians Roger Daltry, (C) and Peter Frampton (R) at a dress rehearsal in New York April 21 for the preview concert of the British Rock Symphony. [The symphony, which previews at the Beacon Theatre in New York April 22 before a United States tour, will feature the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd.]
DALTRY
RTXIEDO
April 21, 1998
Roger Daltry, former lead singer of the rock band the Who, sings at a dress rehearsal in New York April...
Roger Daltry, former lead singer of the rock band the Who, sings at a dress rehearsal in New York Ap.....
Roger Daltry, former lead singer of the rock band the Who, sings at a dress rehearsal in New York April 21 for the preview concert of the British Rock Symphony. [The symphony, which opens at the Beacon Theatre in New York April 22 before a United States tour, will feature the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd. Daltry is billed as the "guest star vocalist" for the tour. ]
RTRDCSW
April 21, 1998
Roger Daltry, former lead singer of the rock band the Who, sings at a dress rehearsal in New York April...
multiple countries
DALTRY PERFORMS AT BRITISH ROCK SYMPHONY REHEARSAL.
Roger Daltry, former lead singer of the rock band the Who, sings at a dress rehearsal in New York April 21 for the preview concert of the British Rock Symphony. The symphony, which opens at the Beacon Theatre in New York April 22 before a United States tour, will feature the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd. Daltry is billed as the "guest star vocalist" for the tour.

REUTERS
RTRDCS9
April 21, 1998
Musical director and conductor Keith Levenson (L) poses with musicians Roger Daltry, (C) and Peter Frampton...
UNITED STATES
ROCK SYMPHONY PARTICIPANTS LEVENSON DALTRY AND FRAMPTON POSE.
Musical director and conductor Keith Levenson (L) poses with musicians Roger Daltry, (C) and Peter Frampton (R) at a dress rehearsal in New York April 21 for the preview concert of the British Rock Symphony. The symphony, which previews at the Beacon Theatre in New York April 22 before a United States tour, will feature the music of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd.

REUTERS
WHO
RTXGN9H
July 17, 1996
Roger Daltry and Peter Townsend of the rock band the Who perform onstage at Madison Square Garden in...
Roger Daltry and Peter Townsend of the rock band the Who perform onstage at Madison Square Garden in.....
Roger Daltry and Peter Townsend of the rock band the Who perform onstage at Madison Square Garden in New York July 16. The legendary band opened the first of six sold out shows in New York City.
WHO
RTXGN73
July 16, 1996
Members of the rock band the Who perform onstage at Madison Square Garden in New York July 16, at the...
Members of the rock band the Who perform onstage at Madison Square Garden in New York July 16, at th.....
Members of the rock band the Who perform onstage at Madison Square Garden in New York July 16, at the first of their six sold out shows. At center is lead singer Roger Daltry and at right is Pete Townsend.
PRINCE'S TRUST
RTXGOLI
June 30, 1996
The Prince of Wales (L) shake hands with lead-singer of the Who, Roger Daltry, as he meets other members...
London
The Prince of Wales (L) shake hands with lead-singer of the Who, Roger Daltry, as he meets other mem.....
The Prince of Wales (L) shake hands with lead-singer of the Who, Roger Daltry, as he meets other members of the band, Peter Townsend (2L, red jacket) and John Enthwhistle (R), June 29. The Prince of Wales met the singers at the reception following their performance in the Mastercard Masters of Music Concert at Hyde Park held in aid of his charity, the Prince's Trust.
PRINCE'S TRUST
RTXGOFL
June 29, 1996
Roger Daltry (L) lead singer of The Who, is embraced by Garry Glitter during their performance at the...
Roger Daltry (L) lead singer of The Who, is embraced by Garry Glitter during their performance at th.....
Roger Daltry (L) lead singer of The Who, is embraced by Garry Glitter during their performance at the Prince's Trust Masters of Music concert in Hyde Park, June 29. Daltry was wearing an eye patch following an accident during rehearsals yesterday when Glitter hit Daltry with a microphone stand.
DALTRY
RTXGOFF
June 29, 1996
Roger Daltry, lead singer with pop group The Who, lifts his eye patch to reveal his damaged left eye...
Roger Daltry, lead singer with pop group The Who, lifts his eye patch to reveal his damaged left eye.....
Roger Daltry, lead singer with pop group The Who, lifts his eye patch to reveal his damaged left eye to the audience at the Prince's Trust Masters of Rock concert in Hyde Park, June 29. The eye patch was decorated with the blue and red bullseye symbol made famous by the Mod movement, in which Daltry was a leading figure.
DALTRY
RTXGOFE
June 29, 1996
Roger Daltry, lead singer with pop group The Who, lifts his eye patch to reveal his damaged left eye...
Roger Daltry, lead singer with pop group The Who, lifts his eye patch to reveal his damaged left eye.....
Roger Daltry, lead singer with pop group The Who, lifts his eye patch to reveal his damaged left eye to the audience at the Prince's Trust Masters of Rock concert in Hyde Park, June 29. The eye patch, used after he was accidently hit Gary Glitter's microphone stand during rehearsals, was decorated with the blue and red bullseye symbol made famous by the Mod movement, in which Daltry was a leading figure.
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