Roger Daltrey Cancels U.S. Solo Tour Due to Vacation ‘Uncertainty’

The Who singer Roger Daltrey has canceled a U.S. solo tour prepared for August and September.

“When I booked these displays several months ago, I was assured that things would be back to ordinary by August, but thanks to the uncertainty of the present-day journey situation and the problems for a [U.K.] act to be equipped to execute in the [U.S.], I have reluctantly made a decision to terminate the demonstrates,” Daltrey wrote on Facebook.

The singer emphasised his hope of rebooking the displays “in the close to long term,” encouraging ticket customers to “be sure to take [his] honest apologies.” He extra, “I do enjoy your assist and cannot wait to get back again to work at the time the time is ideal.”

Daltrey declared the Reside and Kicking tour in mid-Could, arranging to execute “some Who hits, a couple rarities and some solo hits.”

The Who had been scheduled to play 11 dates in the U.K. and Ireland in spring 2020, but these dates have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However they have however to reschedule the concerts, Daltrey promised at the time that they would “definitely come about,” noting, “It could be the previous time we do a tour of this kind, so retain those people tickets, as the demonstrates will be fantastic.”

Guitarist Pete Townshend added, “If one lover caught coronavirus at a Who concert, it would be just one way too several.”

The band — which released its latest LP, WHO, in 2019 — has been concentrating recently on archival tunes. They lately issued an expanded, double-LP variation of 1981’s Face Dances as section of Record Retail outlet Day’s first “RSD Fall” and an expanded box established of 1967’s traditional The Who Promote Out.