The Who Cut Short Houston Concert, Postpone Dallas, Denver Shows

The Who have postponed their concerts in Dallas and Denver, as frontman Roger Daltrey has a problem with his voice.

The rock band had to cut short their concert at Houston’s Toyota Center on Wednesday, September 25, after only eight songs after Daltrey lost his voice.

“I think I should quit while I’m ahead,” Daltrey said and walked offstage. Daltrey reportedly was suffering from ragweed allergies.

Guitarist Pete Townshend told the audience, “I’m really, really sorry. Roger cannot actually speak now. Apparently, before the show he saw a doctor, and, you know, he’s been singing so f**king great through this tour. I don’t know what the f**k’s going on. He has been on top of his game.”

“Unfortunately due to illness, The Who concerts in Dallas on Friday, September 27th and Denver on Sunday, September 29th must be postponed. Fans should hold on to their tickets for the Dallas and Denver shows, as well as Wednesday night’s postponed Houston show, as they will be honored at the rescheduled dates,” a statement on The Who website reads.

The Who are set to release their first new album in 13 years, titled Who, on November 22. A new single, “Ball And Chain,’ has been dropped on streaming services.

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