Today in Whostory: 6/19/2019

1964 – The Who reportedly play Granby Halls in Leicester

1965 – The Who play the 1965 Uxbridge Blues and Folk Festival in Uxbridge, Middlesex at the Hillingdon Borough Show Ground.

1965 – The Who play The Cavern, Notre Dame Hall in London

1965 – The Who appear on BBC Radio’s Top Gear (recorded May 24)

1966 – The Who play McGoos in Edinburgh. This show is not listed in “Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere”, nor on – but we found link which has an ad and someone describes the show – but says it was in 1967…however the ad says Sunday – and Sunday the 19th of June would be in 1966

1969 – The Who play the final night of three at the Fillmore West in San Francisco. The second show of the night is cancelled as Pete and Roger must catch a flight to New York. Pete’s onstage explanation is included at the end of the 30 Years Of Maximum R&B boxset.

1970 – The Who play the Dallas Memorial Auditorium in Dallas, Texas

1971 – The Who record yet another take of “Bargain” at Olympic Studios in Barnes

1979 – Pete is interviewed on the D.I.R.’s radio show A Conversation With Dave Herman

1982 – Billboard runs an ad for Pete’s forthcoming solo album featuring the odd title All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes.

1992 – Roger performs “Days Of Light” and is interviewed on Late Night With David Letterman.

1995 – Ringo’s All-Star Band featuring John and Zak play in Kurasiki at Kurasiki Shimin Kaikan

2001 – Part of Pete’s VH1 Storytellers performance is included in the newly released VH1 Storytellers Classics DVD

2001 – “A Walk Down Abbey Road: A Tribute To The Beatles.” featuring John play in Saratoga, CA, at the Villa Montalvo Garden Theatre

2004 – The Who – Live In Boston DVD, recorded July 26, 2002, is released in the U.K., Europe and Japan

2007 – The Who play the K├Ânig-Pilsener Arena in Oberhausen, Germany

2009 – Roger is in Hollywood, California to perform at the Opening Night Gala at the Hollywood Bowl

2017 – Roger Daltrey is at Sarm music studio to record a charity single for the Grenfell Tower victims