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Who legend Roger Daltrey gets his hands on our limited edition Arctic Monkeys magazine

Arctic Monkeys fans across the UK have been picking up this week’s magazine with exclusive behind-the-scenes pictures from their current tour, and among them was Roger Daltrey!

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The Who legend posed with his copy of the magazine while talking about his generation for a special Letter To My Younger interview that will be published in an upcoming edition of The Big Issue.

Next month sees the release of his autobiography, Roger Daltrey: Thanks a lot Mr Kibblewhite: My Story, which he talked about as well as sharing why he is passionate about working with the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Daltrey grabbed the must-have accessory of the week – the special Arctic Monkeys souvenir edition with EXCLUSIVE unseen pictures of the band. No substitute, his photo here is his entry into the competition to win one of four souvenir special editions signed by the whole band

If you want to join Roger’s lead and be in with the chance of winning one of these sought-after editions, simply buy a copy of this week’s magazine from a Big Issue vendor, snap a picture of yourself with the cover (just like Roger’s here) and tag us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram (or all three!) using #AMxTBI

Don’t be fooled again by thinking you won’t win. The draw for the winner is completely random.

This week’s issue is on sale now across the country, with a special souvenir edition available from vendors inside venues for the remainder of the band’s UK tour, including Birmingham tonight and tomorrow; Sheffield on 18-22 September and Newcastle on 27-28 September.

If you can’t find a vendor near you, you can pick up your copy from The Big Issue Shop

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