The Who stopped Wednesday night's concert at Houston's Toyota Center in the middle of the set, due to Roger Daltrey losing his voice. "I think I should quit while I am ahead," Daltrey told the audience, according to ABC13. The Houston Press reports Roger could be heard "bemoaning a trip to Houston during ragweed season" after playing "Who Are You." Then, after playing the Townshend-sung "Eminence Front," the band took a break and then told the audience the bad news. According to ABC13, Townshend told the audience that Roger had been seeing a vocal surgeon during the tour and they decided to cancel the rest of the show. "I am really sorry, Roger cannot speak right now," Pete Townshend told the crowd, promising they'd be back. "When we can come back, I don't know, but I swear to you, we will come back and we will honor your tickets. Hang on to them." You can watch the ABC13 news report below.

The Who have nine more dates of their "Moving On!" tour, including Dallas on Friday. No word yet on the status of those shows. The Who will release WHO, their first new album in 13 years, on November 22.

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