1963 – The Detours play the White Hart Hotel in Acton
1965 – The Who play St. Joseph’s Hall in Highgate
1966 – The Who head on to Denmark flying into Copenhagen. That night Keith and John go drinking at the Carousel Club and sit in for a set with The Tremeloes.
1969 – The Who play the second of two nights in New York at The Fillmore East with Chuck Berry and Albert King.
1972 – The Who record “Put The Money Down” as an instrumental track with guide vocal, leaving it unfinished.
You can listen to the final version on YouTube here
1973 – The Coventry Evening Telegraph reviews John’s “Rigor Mortis Sets In”
1975 – Pete is photographed by Allan Tennenbaum in an elevator as he attends an after concert party in New York.
1979 – Roger and Pete are interviewed on the ITV music programme ‘Alright Now.’ (Tyne Tees Television)
1979 – The Kids Are Alright soundtrack double LP is released in the U.S. The album peaks at #8 in America.
1981 – The Jam release the single “Funeral Pyre.” The b-side is a cover of The Who’s “Disguises” in a version modeled after Pete’s demo.
You can listen to it on YouTube here
1995 – A children’s CD, Barnyard Beat, is released. It contains a parody of “We’re Not Gonna Take It” credited to The Hoooo
2000 – The Who play a benefit show in aid of the Robin Hood Foundation in New York at the Jacob K Javits Centre
2001 – John Entwistle plays the State Theater in Portland, Maine
2002 – The boxset 30 Years of Maximum R&B receives Gold status from the RIAA
2007 – The Who play the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy in Paris