1. Roger Daltrey bought a home in Los Angeles in the early-2000s.
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11. In July 2012, Roger Daltrey received an honorary degree from Middlesex University in recognition of his contributions to music.
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12. In 2003, Roger Daltrey was honoured by Time magazine as a European Hero for his work with the Teenage Cancer Trust and other charities.
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13. In 2005, Roger Daltrey received a British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors Gold Badge Award for special and lasting contributions to the British entertainment industry.
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14. In 1990, Roger Daltrey was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio as a member of the Who.
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18. In September 1981, Roger Daltrey opened a fashion store called "Cheap and Cheerful" on Western Road in Brighton.
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21. Roger Daltrey appeared in the music video for "Emotion" by Barbra Streisand, although neither he nor the Who were the featured act.
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24. Roger Daltrey took part in an episode of the animated series The Simpsons, "A Tale of Two Springfields", providing the voice for himself, along with John Entwistle.
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28. On his 2009 tour, Roger Daltrey played Pete Townshend's "Blue, Red and Grey" on an Ashbury cutaway tenor EQ ukulele.
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32. In 2011, Roger Daltrey recorded a duet on the song "Ma seule amour" with French singer and composer Laurent Voulzy for his album Lys and Love.
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33. On 12 January 2009, Roger Daltrey headlined a one-off concert along with Babyshambles at the O2 Academy Bristol for Teenage Cancer Trust.
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35. In 2001, Roger Daltrey provided backing vocals for the title track of the Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros album Global a Go-Go.
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36. Roger Daltrey released an album with the Boys Choir of Harlem in 1998 with selections from A Christmas Carol.
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39. Roger Daltrey embarked on a solo tour of the US and Canada on 10 October 2009, officially called the "Use It or Lose It" tour with a new touring band he called "No Plan B" on the Alan Titchmarsh Show.
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40. In 2005, Roger Daltrey had a short weekly series on BBC Radio 2, presenting a personal choice of rock 'n' roll favourites.
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43. In 1992, Roger Daltrey appeared in the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, singing the hard rock Queen song "I Want It All", to pay homage to his friend Freddie Mercury, who died the previous year one day after a public announcement that he suffered from AIDS.
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50. Roger Daltrey turned to working as an actor, with roles in projects such as The Beggar's Opera and The Comedy of Errors for the BBC.
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52. Roger Daltrey generally selected the music that they performed, including songs by the Beatles, various Motown artists, James Brown, and rock standards.
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53. Roger Daltrey invited schoolmate Entwistle to play bass guitar in the band, and on the advice of Entwistle, invited Townshend to play guitar.
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54. Roger Daltrey was brought up in Acton, the same working class suburban district that produced fellow Who members Pete Townshend, and John Entwistle.
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55. Roger Daltrey was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005.
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