Speaking to the New Musical Express, Roger Daltrey admitted the possibility to meet with his old traveling companion of The Who, Pete Townshend, to work on recording a new album of the band, which would coincide with the celebration of 50 years of the British band.
However, although Wednesday in London opens an exhibition of photos of the band on the occasion of the celebration, the singer downplayed the relationship between the decision to return to the recording studio and the date. "To be honest, I did not think about it. We never thought we were going to last more than a week. We we were The Who, and we used to separate after each show, "he joked.
Instead, he said the desire to work together. "Pete has hundreds of songs. If he wants to make a record, I'm always ready. My voice is in good shape, yet, "said Daltrey, who once again will be responsible for the programming cycle Teenage Cancer Trust, which will be held at the Royal Albert Hall from 24 to 29 March and will close The Cure.
Before the 10th of the same month will be released Going Back Home, which recently recorded album with guitarist of Dr. Feelgood, Wilko Johnson, the live presentation, scheduled for February 25, Daltrey conditional on the state of health of Johnson , who has terminal pancreatic cancer.