3 Mar 2010
STANDING OVATION FOR ROGER IN TULSA
“It’s not often that the opening act at any concert gets a standing ovation,” writes Jennifer Chancellor in Tulsa World, reviewing the Eric Clapton gig, for which Roger Daltrey opened at the BOK Center in Tulsa. “But Clapton’s does. Especially when it’s Who frontman Roger Daltrey.
“In his 60s, Daltrey has a vast Who catalog from which to draw.
“His set included the classics “Behind Blue Eyes,” “The Real Me” and “I Can See For Miles.” “Who Are You” garnered a standing ovation and an ear-to-ear grin of appreciation from Daltrey.”
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