Roger Daltrey applauds Kenney Jones' courage

Roger Daltrey says that he has great respect for the Who's latter-day drummer Kenney Jones for discussing his time with the band for the new Who documentary Amazing Journey: The Story Of The Who.

Daltrey says that he was glad that Jones, who joined the band in 1979 after the death of Keith Moon and was forced out of the band by Daltrey a decade later, chose to participate in the film and shed light onto the band's career: "It took a lot of courage for Kenney to do that, and indeed for people like (former manager) Chris Stamp. You know, it's a painful part of their past. I'm sure it's still painful for him to have to revisit. The great thing is we're still all friends out of all this and we respect each other and we love each other."

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