Imagine up on stage not just Macca but alongside him: Mick and Keith, Clapton, Townshend, Jimmy Page, Bono, and so on.
So began what Townshend calls the “darkest part of my life.”
Townshend recalls waking up petrified—sweating and shaking with fear.
Tired of waiting and exhausted of the media, Townshend chose the listing.
Some called it a gimmick, but Townshend says he knew it was a turning point.
Reaction to the Townshend Act was greatest in the northern colonies which it most directly affected.
These difficulties have by no means been conquered by Mr Townshend.
I was so intent on this, that I forgot to ask Townshend to-day about it.
He posts Townshend facing this, at right angles to his front line.
The contest was so equal that Wilkes only lost the election by the casting vote of Townshend.