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Keith, pictured with Gary Rossington, Allen Collins and Ronnie Van Zant from Lynyrd Skynyrd...and a bottle of J&B on 23 October 1976

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Old 31st December 2019, 08:41 AM
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In memory of Neil Innes

'Rutland Weekend Television' have a feature on 'Pommy' from December 1975

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Pete joins The Clash on stage at the Brighton Top Rank on January 8th, 1980. He would jam with them on 'Garageland', 'Armagideon Time', 'English Civil War' and 'Louie Louie'

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In memory of Neil Peart

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January 15th, 1965 - The Who release their debut single

'I Can't Explain', backed with 'Bald Headed Woman', would reach #8 in the UK singles chart

As well as the band, the single included contributions from The Ivy League on backing vocals, and a certain Jimmy Page on rhythm guitar on both sides of the release





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January 16th, 1978 - Filming begins on the horror film 'The Legacy', which features Roger as Clive Jackson

After 'Tommy' and 'Lisztomania', this is the first film he has been in that wasn't directed by Ken Russell!

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January 20th, 1977 - Pete with Paul Cook and Steve Jones of The Sex Pistols


Pete and band manager Chris Stamp went clubbing at The Speakeasy in London, where they saw John Otway performing. Later that night Paul Cook and Steve Jones of The Sex Pistols stop by. Mistaking them for Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious, Pete huddles with them at their table and tells them The Sex Pistols will have to carry the 'rock 'n' roll banner' as The Who are finished

Instead of the snarled response he expects, the two Pistols express their admiration for The Who and declare they don't want them to break up

Pete and the Pistols are snapped by a NME photographer, who has punches thrown at him by a very inebriated Pete

Pete then tears up a million-dollar check he had just been given as a settlement for his U.S. copyrights, leaves The Speakeasy and passes out in the gutter where he is recognised by a policeman, who brings him around

The rozzer tells him that if he is drunk, he will be arrested, but if he can get up and walk home, he will be let go

Pete will later write the events of this night into the first verse of the song 'Who Are You.'

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January 25th, 1999 - The covers album 'Humanary Stew: A Tribute to Alice Cooper' is released, featuring Roger (and Slash) on 'No More Mr. Nice Guy'

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