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Roger Daltrey's Hair Forces Cancellation of Who Tour Sep 20, 2015 - 10:09
LONDON—Complications surrounding singer Roger Daltrey’s hair have forced The Who to postpone a North American tour that had been scheduled to begin on September 24 in Portland, Oregon. According to a press release issued by the band’s Who’s Left productions, Mr. Daltrey’s hair, 71, contracted follicular meningitis and was ordered by a doctor to rest. As a result, “The Who Hits 50!” tour, which would have concluded in December 13 in Oakland, California, has been postponed in its entirety.
“My hair is now on the mend and is feeling a lot better,” said Mr. Daltrey via the press release, “but it is going to need considerable time and conditioning to recover.”
Follicular meningitis is a contagious and infectious disease that attacks the hair follicles, causing them to become swollen and inflamed and—in the most severe cases—sensitive to the touch. It is generally caused by enteroviruses, which can be spread from person to person through contact with an infected person's stool. The virus can also be spread through the air by coughing and/or sneezing. Less commonly, follicular meningitis can result from the bite of an infected mosquito or by infected rodents.
Mr. Daltrey was at pains to reassure Who fans that “doctors say my hair will make a complete recovery, but that I should not do any touring this year.” He also reported that he no longer has to sleep in a specially constructed hair net with an embedded cooling element.
“I was chuffed to get back to my regular hair net; I can tell you that,” the singer added.
Persons who bought tickets hoping to see Mr. Daltrey’s hair on the cancelled tour can use their tickets on the rescheduled dates, which are tentatively slated to be held in spring 2016.
“Once Roger’s bloody hair is completely well, we will come back stronger than ever,” said lead guitarist Pete Townsend, who has been critical of Mr. Daltrey in the past “for putting the welfare of his hair before that of the band.”
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