Roger Daltrey took a break from fixing a bulldozer on Friday to answer questionsfrom Who fans ahead of Saturday's launch of Join Together @ Home-- a six-week series on the band's YouTubechannel featuring some of their most memorable performances, including previously unseen footage.
Among the topics discussed was Pete Townshend allegedly working on songs for a new Who album.
The first archival video in The Who's Join Together series is from their 1982 show at New York's Shea Stadium.
Their last album was 2019’s WHO.
Daltrey also talked about whether or not he would ever consider touring with his good friend Robert Plant, which he says he”d love to. He adds that they even discussed a one-off show, joking that hey could call it No Solos.
He also said his favorite guitars players outside of Townshend are Jimmy Page,Jeff Beck and Jimi Hendrix.
His long-awaited movie on Keith Moon is finally in the script-writing phase and he is looking for a director.
And, when asked about why The Who don't perform any of the late John Entwistle songs in concert, Daltrey was brutally honest.
While the series is free to view, fans are encouraged to donate to co-beneficiaries Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America — directly via the link provided on the YouTube page,Join-Together.org.