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Watch Paul McCartney thank Roger Daltrey for his work with Teenage Cancer Trust – and sing him a song

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Paul McCartney and Nile Rodgers have thanked The Who‘s Roger Daltrey for his work with the Teenage Cancer Trust – watch their message below.This year’s edition of the TCT series kicked off at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where the charity brought a week’s worth of gigs courtesy of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Chemical Brothers and more.The Who frontman rounded off the series this year last night (March 24) with his final gig for TCT after confirming that he would be stepping down as the curator for the Teenager Cancer Trust concert series this year.

He has curated the charity gigs for 24 years.To mark the occasion, Paul McCartney and Nile Rodgers sent a video message thanking Daltrey for his work with the non-profit organisation.

McCartney introduced himself as “Paul here, your friend of a million years,” before going on to include a song in his speech.“Thank you for your 24 years of incredible service to Teenage Cancer.

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