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"There's nobody I'd rather be on stage with than Pete. But equally, I don't want to be on stage with him destroying the last bit of his hearing. That would be completely foolish. He's a composer." Roger Daltrey on his The Who bandmate Pete Townshend's hearing problems, which have prevented the guitarist from performing live.


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