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"The psychological benefit of putting teenagers with teenagers rather than 4-year-old children or geriatrics is enormous," Daltrey told the NewsHour. "One of the patients that I'm mga kaibigan with is recovering from a brain tumor at the age of 15, and he was greeted sa pamamagitan ng clowns with ukuleles and spoons, and a screaming 4-year-old in the susunod room. That's not very conducive to healing."

Between gigs for the past quarter-century, Daltrey has been helping Britain's Teenage Cancer Trust raise funds and awareness for madami than 20 teen cancer centers, mostly in the UK. It's his way of repaying the demographic...
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Roger has added Perth to his Australisn tour dates and will perform The Who’s rock opera 'Tommy', plus Who classics and more, with his band at the Riverside Theatre in Perth on Thursday, April 19.

‘Tommy’ tells the story of a deaf, dumb and blind boy who overcomes his handicaps to become the Pinball Wizard.

The first ever stage production of the work was done sa pamamagitan ng the Seattle Opera in 1971. In 1972, Lou Reizner recreated a konsiyerto version backed sa pamamagitan ng the London Symphony Orchestra with an ensemble featuring Rod Stewart, Steve Winwood and Ringo Starr. In 1975, director Ken Russell made the movie...
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