British rock band The Who to tour again next year. The old rockers are still open whether or not they bring a new show, or working with their rock opera “Quadrophenia” in 1973.
“We’re doing what we really want,” says singer Roger Daltrey to music magazine Billboard. “We have ideas. If everything goes well we are on tour in the spring. We would in any case not stop”. According Daltrey is the duty of an artist as long as possible to continue. “Until you really can not”.
Daltrey said that there are still some obstacles, such as tinnitus, where guitarist and composer Pete Townshend affected. “It’s not something that can not be solved, we just have another monitor and another volume on stage necessary”. According to the old rocker Daltrey joined the music difficult to contain. “If he let it drag he is inclined to the old volume level to run. And that causes problems”.
The singer is not sure he ‘Quadrophenia’ return will bring. “There are snags to our age to work. I’m sixteen years older than the last time we staged”. Daltrey has always had a little trouble with the way the show was brought. “It would have to undergo a metamorphosis. It would be outdated if we would make as it is now”.
The Who was formed in 1964 and is best known for songs like ‘My Generation’ and ‘Pinball Wizard’.