Roger Daltrey is staking a stand against the for-profit autograph hounds who sell the merch he’s signed online. A message was posted on Daltrey’s official Facebook page, which reads: “In future Roger will not be signing autographs for the legions of people who turn up at airports and hotels with armfuls of albums and memorabilia, most of which will end up being sold on eBay.” Daltrey comments, “In Chicago I did a limited signing of memorabilia for Teen Cancer America and this raised $10,000 for the foundation. A much more worthy use of my autograph. Of course, for real fans who are at shows and other events, I’m more than happy to oblige.”
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