The Who's frontman admits that he wishes to collaborate with Jimmy Page since he believes the Led Zeppelin's star needs blues singer like him.
The Who's frontman Roger Daltrey is desperate to collaborate with Jimmy Page - he wants to form a supergroup with the Led Zeppelin's star. The singer is a longtime fan of the legendary guitarist and admits he would happily offer his services to Page if he wanted to team up for a new side-project.
Daltrey tells BBC 6 Music, "I'd love to do something, I'd love to do an album with Jimmy Page. He needs a singer to drive him. I'm a great blues singer. I don't sing the blues with The Who, but that's what I used to be before (Pete) Townshend started writing. I used to be a great blues singer."
Page's Led Zeppelin bandmate John Paul Jones already has his own supergroup - he's playing with Foo Fighters's frontman Dave Grohl and Queens of the Stone Age's singer Josh Homme as Them Crooked Vultures.