Today it's an "All Gigs" edition of the Calendar, with some interesting stats to boot...

The Who, c 1969. (Photo: Steve Wood/Express Newspapers/Getty Images)

7/14/1967 (50 years ago today) - One of the stranger double-bills since Hendrix opened for The Monkees...: The Who kick off their first North American Tour at the Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon, and yes, oh how we long for the days when venue names were not sponsored, imagine that! -- By the way, the thing of it is that The Who were the warm-up act for headliners Herman's Hermits! Yup...

7/14/1977 (40 years ago today) - Elvis Costello & The Attractions make their live debut at The Empire in London -- They are the openers for Wayne County & The Electric Chairs, a punk band from N.Y.C. fronted by a transgender woman from Georgia; Wayne County would later change his/her name to Jayne County...

7/14/1988 (29 years ago today) - Michael Jackson gets in the Guinness Book of World Records {again?!?!} by setting a new attendance record when he plays the first of seven nights at London's Wembley Stadium -- The "Bad" World Tour shows here totaled 504,000 fans(!), beating out the previous record held by Genesis of four sold-out nights at the venue...

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