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Melody Maker Oct. 23, 1971

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1963
The Detours play at the Goldhawk Social Club in Shepherd's Bush

1964
The Who play in London

1965
The Who tape their Saturday Club appearance at Aeolian Hall, Studio One of the BBC. Songs recorded live in studio (and released 35 years later on BBC Sessions) are "My Generation, " "The Good's Gone, " and "La La La Lies. "",

1966
Pete appears on Dick Clark's U.S. TV show Where The Action Is. Pete discusses the necessity of being loud to get attention: "Volume is a fantastic thing. Power and volume! "

1967
The Who play Southfield High School in Southfield, Michigan

1967
The Who play in Detroit

1968
The Who appear on the BBC show How It Is where they perform “Magic Bus”.
The Who play City Hall in St. Albans

1971
The Who play the University of Alabama Coliseum in Tuscaloosa

1973
The Who seize the Forum in Los Angeles for two nights. Their performances are later released on bootleg under such titles as Rock And Roll Who-Chee-Koo, Live at The Forum '73, Live At The Forum '74, and 100% Loud Noise.

1973
The Who play in Inglewood

1975
A single from The Who By Numbers, "Squeeze Box " backed with "Success Story " is released in the U.S. It reaches #10 in the Billboard charts and #11 in Cash Box. It also spends 16 weeks in the Billboard Top One Hundred, the longest charting of any U.S. Who single.

1995
U.S. cable channel TNT airs the 11/5 all-star concert of The Wizard Of Oz at Avery Fisher Hall featuring Roger as the Tin Man

1998
LiveConcerts.com cybercasts The John Entwistle Band's July 28th performance at the House Of Blues in Los Angeles.


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