The (Late) Breakfast Meeting with Roger Daltrey
ROOM 1 | 16:45–18:15 | thursday
This year’s Breakfast Meeting interview is going to be an unforgettable edition… As the enigmatic frontman of one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century, Roger Daltrey MBE needs no introduction. Famed for his powerful voice and energetic stage presence, Daltrey is among the most charismatic of rock's vocalists, having sold over 100 million records worldwide across a 50-year career with The Who and as a solo artist.
As an honorary patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust, Daltrey has been the driving force behind the annual Royal Albert Hall concert series since 2000, and with the recent publication of his memoir Thanks a Lot Mr. Kibblewhite: My Story, he adds author to a long list of job titles that include film actor and producer.
As always, former Dire Straits’ manager and raconteur Ed Bicknell will ask the questions, and with one of the greatest careers in music to cover, it looks like an unforgettable edition of the Breakfast Meeting. As always, seating in the room is limited, with screens immediately outside the room for any late arrivals.