1963 – The Detours play the Glenlyn Ballroom in Forest Hill
1965 – The Who play at Baths Hall in Ipswich
1966 – The Who are in Frankfurt, Germany appearing on the TV show Beat Beat Beat.
1967 – The Who play the Empire Theatre in Liverpool
1967 – The November issue of Beat Instrumental features “The Kieth Moon Column” and an ad for Premier featuring Keith
1968 – John is interviewed live on BBC’s Radio 1 Club
1968 – John is interviewed live on Radio 1 Club at BBC’s Paris Studios
1968 – Flip Magazine carries a photo of Roger
1969 – The Who play the Franklin County Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio. Deli Radish is the opening act.
1972 – Pete records the demo for “Sea and Sand “ for Quadrophenia at his home studio in Twickenham. The demo later appears on the Scoop 3 album.
1973 – The British Quadrophenia tour continues at King’s Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester.
1974 – Odds and Sods attains Silver status from the British Phonographic Industry
1975 – Guitar Player magazine features John on the cover
1976 – Recording begins on the Pete Townshend/Ronnie Lane joint album, then titled “April Fools,” at Olympic Studios.
1979 – Rolling Stone magazine carries an brief article titled “The Who return for twelve shows in December”
1985 – Pete and his new band Deep End make their concert debut in Brixton, England as part of a charity for the Brixton Academy. The shows also mark the debut of Pete’s “big band “ sound featuring backup singers, a horn section and an additional electric guitarist that will become Pete’s standard format with The Who for the next thirteen years. On stage with Pete at this show are Dave Gilmour on the added electric (also Quadrophenia at Hyde Park 1996), Jodi Linscott on percussion (1989 Who, 1996 Quadrophenia, 1998 Townshend and 2000 Lifehouse), Simon Phillips on drums (1989 Who and Psychoderelict tour), Chucho Merchan on bass (1998 Townshend and 2000 Lifehouse), Peter Hope-Evans on harmonica (Psychoderelict tour, 1998 Townshend and 2000 Lifehouse), Roddy Lorimer, Simon Clarke, and Tim Saunders on brass (1989 Who), and Billy Nicholls both backing vocals and musical director (practically everything to date). John “Rabbit “ Bundrick on keyboards and Bobby Pridden on the mixing board are the only holdovers from The Who.The shows tonight and tomorrow are recorded and filmed and are later released as the album Pete Townshend’s Deep End Live and the video Pete Townshend’s Deep End: The Brixton, England Concert.
1996 – The Who play the United Center in Chicago, Illinois
1996 – My Generation: The Very Best of The Who is awarded Silver status by the BPI
1998 – The John Entwistle Band continue their U.S. tour appearing at the Little Waldorf in Reno, Nevada
1999 – John has an art sale at the San Francisco Art Exchange
2001 – Pete’s website offers a demo of “Shout” from his rehearsals for his 1995 concert with Paul Simon
2002 – The Sunday Times lists Pete Townshend in its annual rich list. Pete ties with Robbie Williams and Ronnie Wood for ninth place among Britian’s musical earners at ¬£10m worth.
2006 – Pete is interviewed on Rockline Radio about Endless Wire.
2008 – The Who perform a private show at the 50th birthday party of Curtis Schenker, CEO of Scoggin Capital Management, at the Fillmore at Irving Plaza, New York. The show is part of a deal for Schenker setting up a charity show for Parkinson’s on the 5th
2011 – Pete appears on Late With Jools Holland performing “I’m One” with Jools
2011 – Roger was to have performed Tommy with his touring band in Saskatoon but it is cancelled for “unforseen circumstances”.
2012 – The Who play the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida