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The Kids are Alright
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1964
The Who play at The Florida Room in Brighton

1972
The Who's newest single, "Relay" backed with "Waspman," is released in Britain. It is The Who's last non-album single and peaks at #21. On the same day Chris Charlesworth interviews John in New Musical Express. John discusses his new solo band and gives Chris a tour of his mansion in Gloucestershire.

1973
The Who play the Edmonton Sundown

1973
The Who play in London

1975
The Who play in London

1982
In Listener magazine, Paul Gambaccini writes an article called "The Who; now for their last final appearance." He believes The Who will eventually return in some form. As it turns out, he is correct although it would be 31 months before The Who would appear onstage again and six and a half years until the next tour.

1985
Pete and his band Deep End perform at the Dominion Theatre in London.

1999
The Who play in London


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