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The Who frontman looks back over his life, career and music at Nottingham's Royal Concert Hall

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There is the chance for fans to discover more about The Who frontman Roger Daltrey in an evening with the star next week.

The performer will be at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Wednesday.

The show will be of a mix of music and conversation, and is built around Roger’s musical journey and encompasses nearly every style imaginable ­— including blues, rock, country, soul and metal.

The Who Perform at The Prudential Center. in Newark, NY on March 19, 2016. (57395443)
The Who Perform at The Prudential Center. in Newark, NY on March 19, 2016. (57395443)

During the evening he will dig into his incredible back catalogue, pulling from his nine solo albums, album with Wilko Johnson and even reinterpreting a few Who classics and rarities.

It is described as a show for real music fans and will give a unique insight into how all these great songs came about; what the influences were and where the sounds originated.

Eighties pop superstar Adam Ant brings his Antics show to the Royal Concert Hall on Saturday.

It is a rescheduled date because of covid.

Adam said: “ I’m very much looking forward to playing live again . . . there’s nothing like it. I hope everyone hasn’t forgotten how to have fun.”

The flamboyant pop icon will be performing his classic chart-topping singles and personal favourites, promising a set list that will get everyone on their feet.

Talksport Live is at the venue on Tuesday, featuring the station’s Alan Brazil and Ray Parlour.

Together on the talkSPORT breakfast show they’ve proven to be a hilarious double act and now they are taking their live stage show on the road.

They will be telling tales from the dressing room, the studio and their playing days.

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