1964 – The Who play the Oldfield Hotel in Greenford with drummer Dave Gold from Marshall’s Music Shop.
1965 – The Who play the Goldhawk Social Club in Shepherd’s Bush
1966 – The Who play the Odeon Cinema in Watford
1967 – The Who play Oberschwabenhalle in Ravensburg
1967 – The Who play Donauhalle in Ulm
1969 – The Who are at Elstree Studio Centre in Borehamwood to record an appearance on “This Is…Tom Jones”. They mime to a newly recorded instrumental track of “Pinball Wizard” with live vocals by Roger. It is first broadcast in the U.S. on the 18th and in Britain on the 20th
1970 – Rolling Stone prints a lengthy interview with Pete conducted by Jonathan Cott. Pete discusses everything from the death of Brian Jones and his writing of the never-released song “A Normal Day for Brian” to his hatred of Woodstock. One of the things he mentions is his desire to make a movie with The Who, “a film which is the equivalent of a rock song, only lasting an hour or longer.” This is the first public mention of what will eventually become the Lifehouse project.
1972 – e appears on “How Can You Be So Sure?” on BBC1 recorded the previous month
1980 – The Who play the Center Coliseum in Seattle, Washington