1966 – The Who play the Trade Union Hall in Watford
1966 – In Melody Maker Roger participates in “Blind Date” in which pop stars rate their fellows’ records without being told who has recorded them.
1966 – Chris Stamp makes a short film featuring The Who playing live inside an empty Marquee Club.
1966 – Record Mirror contains a letter calling a recent Who performance “the most appalling, sound-soaked, electronic drivel we have ever heard.”
1967 – This months Beat Instrumental features several Who references:
Beat Instrumental’s 1966 Gold Star Awards has The Who as best “Group on Stage”, Keith as best Drummer, Pete as 9th best Lead Guitarist, John as 5th best Bass Guitarist.
A Marshal ad mentions The Who as a customer.
An article entitled “New Who Grooves … Spiders…Runs…& Quick Ones”
A short mention of Pete’s Rickenbacker going “missing”
A Premier ad featuring Keith
1968 – This month’s Beat Instrumental features 3 Who references
BI’s Chart Fax lists “I Can See For Miles” as number 19
A Brief article entitled “Transport Problem For The Who”
The Kieth Moon Column
1968 – Beat Instrumental carries The Keith Moon Column as well as a brief article entitled “Transport Problem For The Who”. I Can See For Miles is #19 in the “BI’s Chart Fax”
1974 – Keith, returning from a New Year’s Eve party at Ringo Starr’s home, crashes his Rolls Royce Corniche through a hedge and a chain link fence in the school at the end of his drive.
1976 – Rolling Stone magazine carries an article entitled “Who Split? They Can Explain” by Cameron Crowe. Also featured is a review of The Who in Houston on November 20th, 1975 entitled “The Who: Losing the Spark after a G-G-Generation?” by Dave Marsh