Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the Who, was in Dublin last week to receive the James Joyce Award from University College Dublin’s Literary and Historical Society. It’s the same honor that funnyman Will Ferrell collected in person last year. Daltrey took questions from the SRO audience, and came to the defense of fellow rocker Bono and the charity work he does. “It takes balls. It is easy to sit in an armchair and snipe at people like Bono,” Daltrey said.
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