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Roger Daltrey, 2016

 

Roger Daltrey CBE, founding member of The Who, solo artist and tireless Teenage Cancer Trust Patron, was honoured on Monday 7 November with the Music Industry Trusts Award (MITS) as the event celebrated 25 years of supporting and raising money for The BRIT Trust and Nordoff Robbins. The award was presented to Roger by Jeremy Clarkson in recognition of his contribution to the music and entertainment industry and many charitable causes.

Hosted by Jo Whiley, the evening featured a series of live performances from Keane frontman Tom Chaplin, The Shires and The Wilko Johnson Band, who were joined by Roger Daltrey.

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“It is fitting that someone as legendary as Roger Daltrey CBE should be the 25th winner of the prestigious MITS Award.”

Peter Leathem, CEO, PPL

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