The Who was a highly influential band in the British music scene known for their energetic live performances. However, in recent years, the band’s momentum has waned. Roger Daltrey, the band’s vocalist, has expressed doubts about the band’s future, stating that his time with The Who is over. In a recent interview with The Times, Daltrey explained that the band’s future depends on Pete Townshend, his bandmate. Daltrey mentioned that he doesn’t write the songs and that they need to have a meeting to discuss the band’s future.
Despite Daltrey’s comments, The Who is scheduled to perform at Daltrey’s cancer charity event in March. This suggests that the band’s future is still uncertain. Last year, Townshend also hinted at the possibility of the band dissolving, stating that it feels like the end of an era. Daltrey also expressed doubts about the band’s future, questioning the point of releasing new albums when there is little interest in new music.
In light of these statements, it seems that The Who’s future is uncertain. While Daltrey and Townshend have expressed doubts about the band’s continuity, they are still scheduled to perform at upcoming events. It remains to be seen what the future holds for The Who.
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