Who frontman Roger Daltrey is of the belief that he will ultimately lose his voice in the next five years.
Presently. the iconic rocker is showing no signs of stopping just yet, at the ripe old age of 75.
The band are due to perform a huge show at London’s Wembley Stadium this coming Saturday, July 6th.
Also, the group are busy working on their first record since 2006 which Daltrey describes as being “better than Quadrophenia”.
However, Daltrey now maintains that as he approaches 80 it’s only inevitable that he will lose his voice. Speaking to Billboard via NME Daltrey shared his thoughts:
“Obviously within the next five years, I think my voice will go. Age will get it in the end. It’s still there at the moment!”
Despite the grim forecast from the singer the band have hinted at more shows next year:
“It’s always very difficult getting us to do anything; Pete’s on different projects and everything else. I just want to get this tour done and the second leg to be even better than the first, and let’s see where we are once we’ve done that.”
Daltrey admitted that they were definitely under pressure as a band now:
“I mean, we’re obviously coming to the twilight of our live career, and I’m glad we’re getting to do something like this before it’s over”.
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