1957 – o Palladino is born in Cardiff, Wales
1963 – The Detours play the Oldfield Hotel in Greenford
1969 – The Who play at Holy Cross College Gymnasium in Worcester, Massachusetts with Ascension supporting
1970 – The 3rd “Pete Townshend Page“ appears in Melody Maker. In “On the road again” Pete gives his impressions of life on tour.
1970 – New Musical Express’ cover features an ad for the “See Me, Feel Me” single
1972 – Keith is reportedly photographed by Jack Kay for the Daily Express with his daughter and his collection of cars.
1975 – The Who fly out of Glasgow Airport for their next stop. All except Keith that is, who is arrested after bashing a ticket terminal. He spends the night in jail and is fined the next day in court. As a result, British Airways refuses to fly any of the members of The Who to their shows and they are forced to hire a private jet
1981 – MCA’s new cash-in on The Who’s back catalog Hooligans hits the U.S. charts. It contains the first U.S. LP releases of “Let’s See Action,” “Join Together” and “Relay.” It peaks at #52.
1981 – MCA’s new cash-in on The Who’s back catalog, Hooligans, hits the U.S. charts. It contains the first U.S. LP releases of “Let’s See Action,” “Join Together”, and “Relay” and peaks at #52. There is also a single, “Had Enough”/”Bargain”, pulled from this LP released in Canada
1982 – The Who play Colorado University’s Folsom Field in Boulder. Jethro Tull and John Cougar open.
1995 – The Hampton String Quartet release their CD Sympathy For The Devil featuring covers of “Who Are You” and “See Me Feel Me – Pinball Wizard.”
1996 – The Who play the General Motors Place in Vancouver British Columbia, Canada
2002 – The U2 guitarist The Edge is quoted approving of The Who continuing with Pete and Roger: “…if they really think it’s still happening, then I’m certainly not gonna second-guess them.”,
2017 – bo in Brasil posts an interview with Pete where he talks about the likelyhood of a new album by The Who, music he’s currently interested in, and his legacy