Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel welcomed legendary rock singer Roger Daltrey to his program last night. The Who frontman told Kimmel right at the beginning of the interview that the band is “having a very long sabbatical,” however, he continued by telling stories of his late bandmate Keith Moon and hilarious tales of the group’s former hotel-destroying habits.
During the second interview clip, however, Daltrey detailed his more serious involvement with the U.K.-based Teenage Cancer Trust. As a patron of the non-profit since 2000, Daltrey also hosts the organization’s annual benefit concert.
Rounding out his appearance on Kimmel, Daltrey concluded with a rousing version of “Young Man Blues,” off The Who’s 1969 classic rock opera, Tommy. Check out both of the interviews and performance below.
Interview Part 1
Interview Part 2
Young Man Blues