1963 – The Detours play The White Hart Hotel in Acton
1965 – The Who play The Ealing Club in West London
1966 – The Who perform without Roger at the Wellington Ballroom. Roger had come down with laryngitis
1967 – The Who play the Palalido in Milan, Italy
1967 – Melody Maker reports that The Who will make their first trip to the United States on March 23rd to play the Murray The K shows in New York.
1970 – The Universal Spiritual League releases an album to celebrate Meher Baba’s birthday called, appropriately enough, Happy Birthday. It is produced by Pete and features six Pete solo tracks, the first solo tracks released by any of The Who’s members.
1977 – Keith Moon checks himself into Cedars-Sinai Hospital to dry out for 3 days.
1977 – Keith Moon checks himself into Cedars-Sinai Hospital to dry out for three days
1981 – The Who play the City Hall in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear. You can listen to it on youtube here
1994 – Roger and the Spin Doctors perform “Substitute” on The Late Show with David Letterman. According to the New Yorker this was the most-watched episode of “Late Show with David Letterman” until the final episode in 2015.
2000 – Roger goes down under performing with the British Rock Symphony at Adelaide Entertainment Centre
2000 – Pete presents Lifehouse Live at the Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London
2003 – A tribute CD to the late George Harrison, Songs From The Material World, is released with the Steve Luongo band Torque covering “Here Comes The Sun.” Using an archival John bass performance, the track is credited to “John Entwistle.”
2004 – Roger pays a return visit to the former Who-haunt The Goldhawk Club for an interview for London Tonight News. It airs on his birthday, March 1
2006 – Pete lists everyone who commented on The Boy Who Heard Music designating them “sitters”, i.e., candidates for inclusion in The Method, a revival of ideas he first proposed during the Lifehouse project 35 years before.
2007 – The Who play the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California
2007 – Pete begins blogging selections from his unfinished autobiography Pete Townshend – (who he?). Some parts of it will not make it into the official release Who I Am
2007 – Pete is interviewed in the Arizona Republic. He denounces YouTube as “copyright thieves”.
2008 – U.S. State Department spokesman Tom Casey speaks on Cuba’s transfer of power from Fidel Castro to his brother Raul: “I used the analogy … from a Who song, ‘Meet the new boss, he’s the same as the old boss.'”
2014 – Roger Daltrey sings for a performance of Wilko Johnson at Shepherd’s Bush Empire. Bob Geldof and Top Gear’s Richard Clarkson and Richard Hammond are in the audience. At the time, Wilko had been informed that he would be dying soon of pancreatic cancer. It turns out later to have been a misdiagnosis.