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The Kids are Alright
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1964
The High Numbers perform at the Railway Hotel at the Harrow & Wealdstone train stop

1966
The Who play in Copenhagen

1967
Speedy Keen's "Armenia City In The Sky" and Pete's "Jaguar" are recorded with Keith handling both the lead vocals at IBC Studio A, London.

1969
The Who begin a six-night stand at the Fillmore East in New York accompanied by the Joshua Light Show. After the show Bill Graham throws a party for The Who at Max's Kansas City. Led Zeppelin, who were in the audience for the show, also attend.

1971
The Who play in Birmingham

1973
Chris Welch gives an advance review of Quadrophenia in Melody Maker calling it "a masterpiece." He says it will make people forget about Tommy.

1982
The Who play the Kingdome in Seattle, Washington

1987
Pete's Double O Charity throws an upscale benefit ball at the Mayfair Hotel in London.

1996
The Who play in San Jose

1998
Listening To You: The Who At The Isle Of Wight is put out in the U.S. on home video by Eagle Rock Entertainment. Also, King Biscuit Flower Hour releases Best Of The Best with a live version of "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who recorded in 1973.

2001
The Who play in New York


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