Roger Daltrey Announces His First Solo Album In 26 Years Called ‘As Long As I Have You’
Written by broebling on March 16, 2018
Roger Daltrey will release his new album, As Long as I Have You on June 1. This will be Daltrey’s first record since Going Back Home, his 2014 collaboration with Dr. Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson. The week after the album’s release, the Who singer will embark on a tour where he’ll perform Tommy with an orchestra. As Long as I Have You includes covers of songs written by Stephen Stills (“How Far”), Stevie Wonder (“You Haven’t Done Nothing”), Nick Cave (“Into My Arms”) and Garnet Mimms (the title track). Daltrey also wrote some of the songs, notably “Certified Rose” and “Always Heading Home.” You can listen to the title track from “As Long as I Have You” in the article linked below.
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