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The legendary band are stated to be contemplating heading again out on the street to rejoice their sixtieth anniversary.

And a world tour might web them £300million, business insiders estimate.

Guitarist and founder Pete Townshend, who famously didn’t like touring, has discovered a brand new enjoyment of being on stage – and doesn’t need his live performance life to finish.

The 78-year-old has confirmed he’s assembly lead singer Roger Daltrey to debate plans for 2024.

Roger, who his 80 in March, has mirrored on the powerful nature of stay work as he ages, each on his voice and physique.

But business insiders say “a 60th anniversary tour would be a milestone moment to celebrate one of the most influential and greatest UK bands of all time”.

The Who loved an acclaimed run of performances over the summer season, which noticed Pete and Roger accompanied by a full orchestra. The quick run led to August with the band going quiet on the long run, as Pete can also be busy with an opera undertaking.

The Londoner admitted: “I think it’s time for Roger and I to go to lunch and have a chat about what happens next.”

He stated final summer season’s tour “shouldn’t feel like the end of anything”.

The Grammy and Brit award winner added: “It’s a question of, really, what is feasible, what would be lucrative, what would be fun? So I wrote to Roger and said, ‘Come on, let’s have a chat and see what’s there’. I’ve never really enjoyed touring at all, but this last couple of bashes – the UK tour, the shows in Europe and the American tour in 2022 – I admit I started to get a real feeling of fulfilment.”

In an interview with Record Collector journal, Pete added: “I feel very lucky to still be doing this at my age, to still be able to perform.”

The rock opera the songwriter is creating relies on his 2019 novel The Age of Anxiety.

He describes the undertaking as “my really big magnum-opus piece,” including he hoped to have it completed this yr.

The rocker has additionally revisited Life-house, an idea album that he deserted in 1970, which has now been re-imagined as a graphic novel.

Talk of the long-lasting group touring once more has the business excited.

A supply stated: “The Who going out on the road for a 60th tour would be a massive event for the business.

“Venues and fans around the world will be clamouring for them to stop at their cities.

“It truly will be a unique experience and perhaps the last chance for them to tour the world. Obviously that is all down to what the two men want to do, but the offers will be there.

“It is no underestimation to say they could earn well over £300million from a series of big stadia shows, and double that if they went out into 2025.”