Michael remembers a show played by John Entwistle in Vancouver in the 1990s. Any help is recommended:
You’re missing a great show in Vancouver, done with little Manhattan and a Buzzard. He did some songs off TOO LATE THE HERO.
In a small nightclub very near to BC Place. Wish I could recall the date, it was a great show. Table near the front featured wonderful tall blonde twins, apparently John’s date for the evening .
Michael has sent some great pictures of The Who’s show in Reno. Take a look at the Gallery in the Concert Guide.
Setlist of the opening night online. The Who live in Sunrise. Setlist including You Better You Bet, Baba O’Riley and Who Are You. Any info is welcome. All info about new tour in the Who Concert Guide.
Don West sent great three pictures from The Who’s concert in San Francisco 1973.
The Who have announced a North American Tour beginning in November 2012. The tour, Called “Quadrophenia and More” will kick off in Florida. No European dates have been announced, yet. Ticket sale has just begun.
Ragnar Aalvik sent the official figures from Billboard for some 1996 and 1997 shows of The Who. Added them to the 1996 and 1997-Tour pages.
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Roger brings his Tommy Show to Italy, France and Japan. All setlists in the Daltrey concert calendar of the Concert Guide. All Australiens date have been cancelled. Statement from the promoters:
Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, Chugg Entertainment and Bluesfest Touring today announced that Roger Daltrey’s upcoming tour of Australia, including an appearance at Bluesfest on Monday 9th April, will regrettably be cancelled. Mr Daltrey is sorry to disappoint his fans and hopes to reschedule tour dates in the near future.
I have information about an unknown Ix-date from 1975. Lynn found a ticket stub while cleaning: New Century Theatre Buffalo NY for John Entwistle/Ox, dated March 9, cost $6.50. Does Anyone have more infos?
Ragnar Aalvik sent the official figures from Billboard für some 2002 shows of the Who. Added them to the Concert Guide 2002-Tour page.
Peter Andrews about June, 1967:
I booked the Who for this date, and I’m pretty sure the was their first live date in the U.S. This was certainly their 1st tour. I also managed the Thyme, who was one of the opening acts. I also booked Jimi Hendrix, Procal Harum (sp), and the Yardbirds at the same venue. For the Who the local group, SRC, acted as their hosts for their time in Ann Arbor, and believe me, a good time was had by all. Later, at the Grande Ballroom in Det., Roger Daltrey asked me “Do you really think we are going to make it.” I assured him that they were going to be huge. What fun, and stuff like this happened in Ann Arbor all the time. I produced about 350 concerts during that time (l965-74).