One of Rock N’ Roll’s greatest frontmen, Roger Daltrey teamed up with producer and comedian Judd Apatow for a very special evening of L!VE Talks In Conversation With series. This Q&A took place at the Aratani Theater which is part of the Japanese-American Museum in Downtown L.A. Daltrey and Apatow discussed Daltrey’s memoir Thanks a Lot Mr. Kibblewhite: My Story. Daltrey highlighted various parts of his life going as far back as a youth growing up in the U.K. during WWII. Daltrey shared stories of The Who’s formation 54 years ago, how he began to twirl a microphone and why Pete Townshend smashed guitars. This special evening gave the audience a preview of what the book entails and a chance to see this rock icon up close in an intimate setting while sharing many never before told stories.
Upcoming L!VE Talks L.A. events
Nov. 4 and 5 - The Beastie Boys
Nov. 14 - Tom Hanks
November 17 - Pharrell Williams