The Who frontman ended up being a global star in the 1960 s with the rock band’s success however he confesses distanced him from his old friends.
Appearing on Great Early Morning Britain’, Roger discussed the concern after being asked what he misses out on most in the middle of the coronavirus lockdown.
The 76- year-old vocalist stated: “Human contact. That’s what I didn’t like about being a star.
” It sort of distanced me from my mates and everybody treated me in a different way instantly after I ended up being well-known, I didn’t like that.
“I never wanted to be different. I like to just chat to people and be treated normally. I just miss that human contact.”
Roger likewise explained the lockdown limitations as a “nightmare” – however confessed he and partner Heather are fortunate as they survive on a farm in Sussex, South-East England.
He stated: “It’s like 3 months of Sundays. Because sense it’s a headache.
” I survive on a farm so it hasn’t been regrettable … it’s not been entirely separating for myself and my partner.”
The rock legend likewise reviewed his profession with the ‘My Generation’ hitmakers, mentioning that he will constantly keep in mind viewing the sun rise as they waited to carry out at the renowned Woodstock Celebration in 1969.
When requested his preferred memory with The Who, Roger informed hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid: “I expect the sun turning up at Woodstock.
“The sun pokes its head over the horizon. That moment, and it was very near to the end of the show, when I was so looking forward to coming up.”