Roger Daltrey thinks he will lose his voice “in the next five years.”
The 75-year-old Who frontman — who has taken to lip-reading nowadays due to his deafness — has admitted he fears “age” will start to affect the quality of his singing in the next few years.
He admitted: “Obviously within the next five years I think my voice will go. Age will get it in the end. It’s still there at the moment.”
Daltrey previously said that if he doesn’t keep singing, he could risk losing his voice, and he doesn’t want to retire just yet.
He said: “People don’t realise that as a singer, if I stop singing at my age now for a year, I won’t have a voice to go back to.”
There will be, we are told, at least one more Who album, with Daltrey, Pete Townshend and whoever else they can lure into the studio.