A consultant for John responded to Daltrey’s feedback on the time by saying they had been “barely perplexed by his claims”. Whereas acknowledging that Daltrey had contacted John on three events to play at TCT, “every time prior commitments meant Elton was sadly unable to participate”.
“Elton participated in Roger and Alastair Morgan’s ‘Adoration’ photograph challenge final 12 months  which raised funds for TCT, so he loves to assist this extremely vital charity when potential,” the spokesperson added.
“Nobody right here has any recollection of Roger acting at any Elton John AIDS Basis occasions ‘3 times’ both, which makes it all of the stranger.”
Roger Daltrey (Credit score: Kevin Winter/Getty Photos)
Talking to The Daily Mirror this week, Daltrey recalled the incident by claiming that he “wasn’t making an enormous deal out of it, however then Elton bought arsey about it”.
The frontman continued by claiming that John stays onerous to pay money for. “I’ve had the identical quantity 40 years. However while you get to Elton’s standing as a monstrous, huge star… it’s not simple to pay money for these guys.”
Daltrey did add that he was nonetheless holding out hope that John would someday be part of the line-up for his TCT gigs, including: “I’ve achieved a pair for his AIDS charities and basis.
“With out the help of teenagers, neither Elton nor The Who would have had the careers or lives they’ve had.”
John has but to reply to Daltrey’s newest feedback, however NME has contacted his representatives for remark.