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The Kids are Alright
One day like today...
1964
The Who play the Florida Room in Brighton to play the first of five Wednesdays.

1964
The Who play in Dunstable

1965
The Who play the Dorothy Ballroom in Cambridge

1965
The Who play in London

1967
The Who play the first of two nights at The Village Theatre in New York City. The Vagrants, with guitarist Leslie West, and The Rich Kids open for them.

1967
The Who play in New York

1971
The Who play the first of two nights at the Convention Center in Miami Beach

1972
A new record featuring unadulterated Who is released in the U.S. "The Relay " backed with "Waspman " peaks at #39 in Billboard and #33 in Cash Box. On the same day Keith compères a benefit for the Southern California Council of Free Clinics at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. Dressed in drag, he introduces Stevie Wonder and Shanana.

1973
The Who play the Dallas Convention Center

1973
The Who play in Dallas

1975
The Who play The MTSU Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee

1975
The Who play in Murfreesboro

1993
Pete's musical version of Hughes' children's' story The Iron Man opens in London for a short run. David Thacker is the Production Director; Anthony Castro is the Music Director.


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