Roger Daltrey will be signing books and pressing the flesh today (October 26th) in New York City as he publicizes his just-published autobiography, Thanks A Lot Mr. Kibblewhite: My Story. The legendary Who frontman will be on hand today at 1 p.m. at Manhattan's Barnes And Noble outlet on Fifth Avenue.

During his recent appearance on Access Hollywood, Roger Daltrey explained that he tried to put his and the Who's story into proper context for the readers: "The music business that started way back in the '60s, what I tried to do in this book is to basically get you Americans to kind of understand the world that we grew up in -- post-war Britain. I was born in. . . well, 'day after a V1 raid, but my mother started her labor during it only to find the next morning half the street was missing. You can't image the world we grew up in -- this includes the Beatles, the (Rolling) Stones -- all those great groups. London had been leveled, big cities in England were leveled, so all we could really do was build."

AUDIO: ROGER DALTREY ON HIS CLOSENESS TO PETE TOWNSHEND
AUDIO: ROGER DALTREY ON POST WAR BRITAIN