Iconic singer-songwriter who was simply the lead vocalist and co-founder from the classic rock-band The Who. Increasing to popularity in the middle-1960s, the music group released such strikes as “My Era,” “Replacement,” “I CANNOT Explain,” and “Baba O’Riley.” His initial guitar was one of is own very own creations: he produced an imitation cherry crimson Stratocaster he carved from a stop of hardwood. His performance brand was swinging the mike around by its cable during concerts. He wedded Jacqueline “Jackie” Rickman on March 28, 1964; after their divorce in 1968, he wedded Heather Daltrey on July 19, 1971. He provides three sons called Mathias, Simon, and Jamie and two daughters called Willow and Rosie. Guitarist Pete Townshend composed lots of the lyrics sung by Daltry and in addition supplied vocals for The Who on many events.
Full Name Roger Daltrey
Date Of Birth March 1, 1944
Place Of Birth London, England
Height 1.68 m
Profession Rock Singer
Education Acton High School
Spouse Heather Daltrey, Jacqueline Rickman
Children Jamie Daltrey, Mathias Daltrey, Rosie Lea Daltrey, Willow Amber Daltrey, Simon Daltrey
Nominations Golden Globe Award for Best New Star of the Year – Actor
Movies Tommy, Lisztomania, McVicar, The Legacy, Like It Is, Buddy's Song, The Kids Are Alright, Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula, If Looks Could Kill, Johnny Was, Lambert & Stamp, .com for Murder, The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True, Mack the Knife, The Who at Kilburn: 1977, Strange Frequency 2, Classic Albums: The Who – Who's Next, Tommy and Quadrophenia Live, Live in Boston, Murder: Ultimate Grounds for Divorce, Pop Pirates, The Comedy of Errors, The Secret of My Success, Vampirella, Chasing Destiny, Cucumber Castle, Woodstock, Lightning Jack, My Generation, Concert for Kampuchea, The Little Match Girl, Best, The Young Messiah, The Real Story of Happy Birthday to You, The Who & Special Guests: Live at the Royal Albert Hall, Forgotten Prisoners : The Amnesty Files, The Wheels on the Bus, Who's Better, Who's Best, The Who Special Edition EP, Brian Wilson: On Tour, The Beggar's Opera, The Wheels on the Bus: Mango Helps the Moon Mouse, The Wheels on the Bus: Mango and Papaya's Animal Adventure, See Me Feel Me: Keith Moon Naked For Your Pleasure, British Rock Symphony, The Who: In Their Own Words, The Old Grey Whistle Test: Vol. 3, The Who & Friends: Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust: Live at Royal Albert Hall, Roger Daltrey: A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend, Strange Frequency 3
TV Shows Extreme History with Roger Daltrey, The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns, Buddy, Strange Frequency, The Wheels on the Bus
Star Sign Pisces
Was offered a number of guest roles in Doctor Who in the 80s.
Pete Townshend and his musical, "The Who's Tommy" at the Paramount Theatre in Chicago, Illinois was nominated for a 2015 Joseph Jefferson Equity Award for Large Musical Production.
Co-host, with Lynn Hoffman, of an infomercial for TimeLife's "Legends" music collection. Also appearing is Lycia Naff. 
Los Angeles, CA, USA: As patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust, Daltrey established a concert series at London's Royal Albert Hall in 2000. The Trust has since built a number of cancer treatment centers at UK hospitals. In November of 2011, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Robert Plant and 'Dave Grohl' opened the first US unit at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. [November 2011]
Awarded the honor of "Commander of the Order of the British Empire" (CBE) by Queen Elizabeth II. [December 2004]
Performed at the SuperBowl XLIV halftime show in Miami, with 'Pete Townsend', as The Who. [February 2010]
Expelled from Acton County Grammar School, in England.
The Who were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame for their outstanding contribution to British music and integral part of British music culture. (16 November 2005).
Plays the flute, harmonica, tambourine, and guitar. Although originally the lead-guitar player of the band, Daltrey did not play guitar with The Who in the seventies. He began playing again after the death of Keith Moon in 1978 changed The Who lineup. After this, he occasionally played electric guitar with The Who, but usually played an acoustic.
He was awarded the C.B.E. (Commander of the order of the British Empire) in the 2005 Queen's New Year's List for his services to music and charity.
The Who's 1969 album "Tommy" came third in Classic Rock Magazine's list of the 30 greatest concept albums of all time. [March 2003]
Elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of The Who) in 1990.
Married Jackie in 1964. They had a son, Simon, and divorced in 1968. In 1970 he married Heather Taylor (an American) and has had three children: Rosie, Willow and Jamie.
Five children: Simon, Mathias (born 1967, with Swedish model Elisabeth Aronsson), Rosie Lea, Willow Amber and Jaimie.
Before becoming a member of The Who, was a sheet-metal worker.
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[on recovering from throat surgery] I got depressed after surgery, during what I call the big silence, that's when I realized what it would be like to not have a voice. I had two weeks of silence. Silence and no drinking. How's that for a good Christmas? So, you know, it was the strangest Christmas I've ever had.
[on Freddie Mercury] When we lost Freddie, we not only lost a great personality, a man with a great sense of humor, a true showman, but we lost probably the best, the best virtuoso rock 'n' roll singer of all time. He could sing anything in any style. He could change his style from line to line and, God, that's an art. And he was brilliant at it.
I'm a rock god?! I'm five foot seven. I had me jaw broken, and so my chin stuck way out. That's how I became tough - I learned to pick up anything and fight back ... A rock god!
[To the audience at Boston's Beer Garden, USA, on Monday, December 3rd ] About ten hours ago this gig was absolutely fucking impossible. So this one's for the filth - or whatever you like to call 'em - the police in Montréal. We're 'ere and it's good to be 'ere and this one's for them: "Won't Get Fooled Again". [The previous night in Montréal, December 2nd, 1973, they'd been arrested and bailed for the destruction of a hotels facilities]
Rock used to be a right laugh. The trouble is the rock press have made it all so serious. Fifty per cent of rock is having a good time.
I don't want to stop and I don't think Pete (Pete Townshend) does. We're at the pinnacle of our decline.
Of course, chicks keep popping up. When you're in a hotel, a pretty young lady makes life bearable.
You know, I was a school rebel. Whatever they said do, I didn't do. I was totally anti-everything. I was a right bastard, a right hard nut. I just totally closed the doors to ever wanting to know what they had to teach me. Rock & roll was the only thing I wanted to get into.
[on The Who's performance at Woodstock] It was the worst gig we ever played.
I don't have any illusions anymore. The illusion that rock 'n' roll could change anything - I don't believe that. I've changed. Who would have ever thought that I'd end up saying that I want to be an all-around entertainer? But that's what I want to be.
Curly Blonde Hair
Multi octave vocals
His unmistakeable wail, used most famously in "Won't get fooled again"
Frantic emotional singing style
Twirling his microphone by its cord, swinging it high into the air, and catching it effortlessly while performing onstage (the cord for his microphone is normally doubled-back and heavily taped to the handle of the mike, to prevent the cord from ripping out of the base during these maneuvers).