Dal­trey work­ing on mem­oir

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NEW YORK (AP) — Roger Dal­trey is ready to look back. The Who’s long­time front­man has a book deal with Blink Pub­lish­ing in the U.K. and Henry Holt and Co. in the United States. The mem­oir, an­nounced Wed­nes­day, is cur­rently un­ti­tled. It’s sched­uled to come out in Au­gust. Ac­cord­ing to the pub­lish­ers, Dal­trey will not only re­flect on his decades with The Who and on his solo ca­reer, but also on how Bri­tain has changed in his life­time. Dal­trey, 73, was born in Lon­don dur­ing the Sec­ond World War and was one of rock’s big­gest stars in the 1960s and ‘70s, known for his vo­cals on My Gen­er­a­tion, Won’t Get Fooled Again and other hits. on CNN’s New Year’s Eve Live with An­der­son Cooper and Andy Co­hen on Sun­day, De­cem­ber 31. Co­hen re­places co­me­dian Kathy Grif­fin, the pre­vi­ous co-host, who was dis­missed by CNN last spring af­ter post­ing a video of her­self hold­ing a mask styled to look like the sev­ered head of Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump.

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