HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — It wasn’t a good sign when every member of the The Who walked off stage after playing just eight songs at a concert in Houston. A short time later it was announced that lead singer Roger Daltrey had lost his voice.

The legendary British rock group was playing a concert Wednesday night at the Toyota Center when Daltrey told the audience, “I think I should quit while I’m ahead.”

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Roger Daltrey (L) and Pete Townshend of British rock band “The Who” in Houston during the second leg of their Moving On! tour on September 25, 2019. (credit: Suzanne Cordeiro/Getty Images)

After coming back on stage lead guitarist Pete Townsend apologized, saying Daltrey “cannot actually speak now.” He promised the crowd that the band would honor their tickets at a make-good concert still to be scheduled.

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Later, after the band made it’s way north to Dallas for a show scheduled for September 27 at the American Airlines Center, Townsend posted a video on Instagram confirming that Daltrey had bronchitis and that the Dallas concert would have to be cancelled.

The 75-year-old Daltrey and 74-year-old Townsend are the last original members with the band, which formed 55 years ago.

The Who began the fall dates of their Moving On! Tour on September 6 and had dates scheduled through October 23.

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