1966 – The Who play Pier Pavilion in Felixstowe, Suffolk. The show and the car ride to it are filmed for the French television programme Seize Millions de Jeunes.
1967 – The Who play the Honolulu International Center in Honolulu, Hawaii
1967 – In Melody Maker, Chris Welch rates seven guitarists and declares Pete’s influence on other British rock groups “imponderable.
1967 – The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown’s first single “Devil’s Grip,” is released in the U.K. on Track. It features an associate production credit for Pete.
1971 – International Times magazine publishes a statement attacking the song “Won’t Get Fooled Again” for its negative view of the Revolution. “…the danger in the new single seems to be that it fails to differentiate between the megalomanias and the courageous individual who is prepared to stand up and voice the sentiment ‘fuck you’ to authority.”
1972 – The Who play the Fête de l’Humanité at Parc Georges-Valbon in Paris, France. Four hundred thousand attend and the concert is filmed by Freddy Hausser. Pete takes Eric Clapton with him as part of his effort to get him off heroin and back in circulation. During The Who’s set, Eric is mistaken for a fan and is escorted from the wings by one of the stage crew.
1972 – “Join Together” hits its U.S. peak at #17. Billboard also reports the single has reached #3 on the Radio Hong Kong charts and #10 in Switzerland.
1977 – The Fabulous Poodles self-titled LP, produced by John at his home studio, is released.
1982 – Billboard reports that several arrests were made after a scuffle in line for Who tickets at the Pittsburgh Civic Arena. 1500 waited overnight through a rainstorm for the box office to open at 10am
1985 – Roger makes a appearance on MTV to promote his new album
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