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Today in the Who's History

1969:

The Who play at Holy Cross College Gymnasium in Worcester, Massachusetts with Ascension supporting

1969:

The Who play in Worcester

1970:

The 3rd “Pete Townshend Page“ appears in Melody Maker. In “On the road again” Pete gives his impressions of life on tour.

1976:

The Who play in San Diego

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.

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 in Vancouver

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.”,
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The only melody in our music was the guitar and three voices, All sorts of discussions went on as to whether or not to expand. There was even talk of having two drummers at one time!

— Pete Townshend

Beat Instrumental - December 1965