1964 – The High Numbers play the Town Hall in Greenwich
1965 – The Who play the Locarno Ballroom in Swindon, Wiltshire
1966 – The Who play the Palais d’Hiver de Lyon in Villeurbanne, Lyon, France
1966 – New Musical Express carries an article titled “Who disc row ends; LP and single on new label soon”
1967 – The Who start a package tour of the U.K. with supporting acts Traffic, The Herd, The Marmalade and The Tremeloes. The Who play twelve songs during their first set at City Hall in Sheffield but, after the first show runs long, The Who’s second set is cut short when the stage manager orders them offstage after three songs. Pete goes ballistic, smashing two speakers and The Herd’s lighting gear. Roger tries to stop him and they begin to scuffle. When the stage manager tries to break it up, Pete grabs him by the throat and drags him offstage where he continues smashing things backstage.
1967 – The Who make their final appearance on BBC Saturday Club
1967 – Keith Altham reports in New Musical Express on a chaotic meeting at a recording studio attended by The Who and manager Kit Lambert. Pete describes The Who’s singles prior to “I Can See For Miles” as “too flimsy, too poignant, too prissy. We wanted to do something that would be unexpected. Something that would demand something of the public.”
You can read it here
1967 – “I Can See For Miles” enters the Disc and Music Echo “Chart Topper” chart at #29
1971 – The Who play the Odeon Cinema in Manchester
1972 – The United States Council For World Affairs adopts “Join Together” as its anthem
1973 – The Who play Trentham Gardens in Stoke-on-trent
1975 – The Who play the Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria
1989 – Pete appears with Eric Clapton on the BBC-TV talk show Saturday Matters where they talk about their respective careers and together perform the Muddy Waters’ song “Standin’ Around Cryin’.”,
1996 – Message To Love: The Isle Of Wight Festival, 1970 featuring the one Who track “Naked Eye” and The Who Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival, 1970 are released in the U.S. by Columbia/Legacy. The latter CD peaks at #194.
1997 – Angel Air Records releases Eddie Hardin’s CD Wizard’s Convention – Vol. 2 with a guest appearance by John on bass on the track “Sultana”. You can listen to a sample of it here
1999 – The Who rehearse for tomorrows iBash for the Pixelon Corporation in Las Vegas
2002 – Phish release the CD Live Phish 14: 10/31/95 Rosemont Horizon containing their live recording of Quadrophenia.
You can listen to it on YouTube here
2008 – The Who play the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut
2009 – Roger plays the Durham Performing Arts Center in Durham, North Carolina