1964 – The Who play two shows at the “Fab ’64 – The Big Beat Show” at the Kelvin Hall Arena in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Also on the bill are Dave Berry and the Cruisers, Lulu and the Luvvers, and Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers.
1965 – The Who play the Royal Hall at Bridlington Spa in Bridlington, Yorkshire
1967 – The Who play the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus, Ohio
1970 – “Summertime Blues” peaks at #25 in the Netherland’s Hilversum charts.
1971 – The Who were to have played a free concert in Hyde Park but it is canceled
1971 – “Won’t Get Fooled Again” hits its peak in Sweden’s Tio i Topp charts at #15.
1972 – The Who play the Kongresssaal des Deutschen Museums in Munich, Germany
1974 – Keith Moon videotapes two television commercials promoting the forthcoming Odds & Sods LP and his solo single “Don’t Worry Baby”. MCA executives find them in bad taste and do not use them.
1982 – The first single from the new album, “Athena” backed with “It’s Your Turn”, hits the U.S. charts. It reaches #28 in Billboard and #31 in Cash Box. It is the last Who single to hit the American Top Forty.
1982 – Billboard magazine carries a full page ad for The Who’s new album
1994 – Roger and John continue with the orchestral Daltrey Sings Townshend tour performing in Kansas City, Missouri at Liberty Memorial
1999 – Roger appears on his second episode of Showtime’s Rude Awakening, “Bosses, Burglars, & Back Street Babes” playing addiction-challenged rock star Nobby Clegg
2005 – Roger records a cover of “My Generation” with the British boy band McFly. The song is used to promote the new HMV Digital online service.
2005 – Rachel Fuller posts a new song on her blog, “Just Breathe,” co-written with boyfriend Pete and dedicated to the recently flooded city of New Orleans.
2018 – Roger attends the launch of the Royal Albert Hall ‘Walk Of Fame’ and receives a plaque for his work with the Teenage Cancer Trust which hosts annual shows at the venue to raise money. Also attending is Eric Clapton