1963 – The Detours play the Mazenod Church Hall in Kilburn
1965 – The Who play Club Noreik in Tottenham
1966 – The Who play The Starlite Ballroom in Greenford
1967 – The Who play Granby Halls in Leicester
1971 – Melody Maker runs the eighth “The Pete Townshend Page” called “Learning to walk – the second time around.” He discusses the necessity of touring for The Who, a strong rumor about Brian Epstein’s plan to have The Beatles tour Sgt. Pepper’s with an orchestra and tapes, and how Glyn Johns will be recording the live film soundtrack using The Rolling Stones’ mobile recording equipment.
1973 – Roger appears on The Old Grey Whistle Test on BBC-2 to promote his first solo single “Giving It All Away”
1975 – John and his band The Ox are scheduled to appear at The Omni with Peter Frampton as the supporting act, but the show was cancelled due to poor ticket sales
1976 – The Who play the Dane County Coliseum in Madison, Wisconsin
2004 – Roger begins appearing in an infomercial on U.S. cable television hawking a seven-CD set called Legends of Rock ‘n Roll
2007 – Rachel announces on her blog that she and Pete will have their own music festival that summer called “Atticfest”. Unfortunately, it does not come to pass
2007 – VH1 Classic begins running a series of public service announcements as part of a “Rock Autism” campaign. Roger Daltrey is featured in one of the spots
2007 – The Who play the Ford Amphitheater in Tampa, Florida. Roger walks offstage unable to sing halfway through the opening song. Pete apologizes saying Roger has a viral infection complicated by severe dehydration. Who shows over the next nine days are cancelled including what was to have been The Who’s first live performance in Mexico.
2008 – Roger performs at the Childline Rocks benefit concert at the IndigO2 in London. Following Marillion and Fish, Roger and backing band Thunder perform “Two Thousand Years,” “The Kids Are Alright” and “Behind Blue Eyes.”
2008 – The compilation CD The Who: The Ultimate Collection is awarded Platinum status by the RIAA
2010 – Roger opens for Eric Clapton at the Amway Arena in Orlando