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Roger Daltrey Says He’s ‘On His Way Out’ In Shocking Statement

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Roger Daltrey, the lead singer of the band the Who shocked and frightened fans of the legendary rock group this week when the singer claimed that he is ‘on his way out’ of life after his 80th birthday.

Many fans took that the comments meant Daltrey is not expecting to live much longer. The Who are undoubtedly one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Their hits include “My Generation”, “Pinball Wizard”, “Won’t Get Fooled Again”, “Baba O’Riley” and “You Better You Bet”.

The singer’s statement came during an interview with The Times, in which the legend discussed stepping down as the curator for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity concerts. Teenage Cancer Trust is a cancer care and support charity in the UK that exists to improve the cancer experience of young people aged 13–24. It was founded in 1990.

Daltrey recently said during an interview,

“I have to be realistic. I’m on my way out,” the legendary singer wrote. “The average life expectancy is 83 and with a bit of luck I’ll make that, but we need someone else to drive things.”Read More: Roger Daltrey Says ‘I’m on My Way Out’ Weeks After 80th Birthday | https://ultimateclassicrock.com/roger-daltrey-im-on-my-way-out/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral

“I have to be realistic. I’m on my way out,The average life expectancy is 83 and with a bit of luck I’ll make that, but we need someone else to drive things.”

“We haven’t done anything for seven months and this winter’s been brutal. I’ve been in hibernation. For the whole of January, I lost my voice completely.”

“I live like a monk and if I went on tour for a week I’d be fit as a butcher’s dog again, but tonight, for the first time in my career, I think, ‘Blimey, this is hard.’”

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Though he may be getting older, Daltrey is still in considerably good health, and though he may be feeling his own mortality after his 80th birthday, it truly sounds like the rockstar was simply trying to make a point about departing his charity.

On February 7th, 2010 The Who played a magnificent Super Bowl halftime show, which remains one of the most highly rated halftime performances of all time. Since the 1970s their music has been a staple for rock fans with a near universal appreciation.

Even after they are gone, Roger Daltrey and The Who will live forever!

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