From the BBC:
Roger Daltrey honoured for teenage cancer work
By Mark Savage
BBC News entertainment reporter
The Who frontman Roger Daltrey has won a major music industry prize for his work with the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The singer has organised the charity’s annual concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, booking artists like Arctic Monkeys, Tinie Tempah and Paul Weller.
Presenting the outstanding contribution prize at the Music Week awards, Weller praised Daltrey’s “tireless, fantastic work” for a “very worthwhile charity.”
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