Hitting the High Notes with Roger Daltrey
Roger Daltrey, lead singer for The Who, needed help for his declining voice … and fast. With sold-out concerts and a fan base that spanned across generations, he had a lot of people counting on him for a stellar performance almost nightly, and he could not disappoint. “I was on a solo tour, doing five to six shows a week, and by the third show, I noticed I would be getting hoarse,” the singer confessed. After seeking initial help for dysplasia - abnormal, precancerous cells present in his vocal cords, Daltrey still found his voice struggling to produce the great sound it once did. The solution came from an unexpected source: a fan who just happened to be at one of his concerts, listening to his voice struggle firsthand: Dr. Rajiv Pandit.
Learn how Dr. Pandit’s experience, expertise, and quick thinking was able to save this rocker’s voice and provide him with simple solutions to keep him performing well and taking care of his vocal health daily.