The Who has been forced to postpone their entire "The Who Hits 50!" tour as lead singer Roger Daltrey's health has taken a bad turn. According to the Detroit Free Press, Daltrey has been diagnosed with viral meningitis. Though Daltrey, 71, is feeling better, doctors have ordered rest. The band had initially postponed the first four shows of the tour, until learning of Daltrey's diagnosis. Now, all shows, including the October 17 date at Joe Louis Arena, have been pushed back. According to the Free Press story, guitarist Pete Townshend is looking for new dates in 2016.