The Who went back to work on their new album this week and Pete Townshend has provided another update on the band's website.
"Roger [Daltrey] has started working on vocals in a studio near his home... I’m hoping I might be able to get some video footage of Roger working on his vocals, or at least a 'hello' for you all. About to E-mail him to ask if that will be OK."
Pete better keep an open mind as Roger recently told us that the demos he heard didn't exactly grab him, comparing them to Broadway tunes. When done, this will be The Who's first studio album since Endless Wire in 2006.
Daltrey, who turned 75 yesterday (Friday), is featured in a new documentary that takes a look at The Who's December 3rd, 1979 show in Cincinnati, where 11 people were trampled to death entering the Riverfront Coliseum.
The eight-minute film focuses on the P.E.M. Memorial Scholarship Fund, which preserves the memories of three of those killed, all of whom attended Finneytown High School.