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The Who to return to Cincinnati, 40 years after concert tragedy

Credit: Reuters- Published 6 days ago
Veteran British rockers The Who will play Cincinnati next year for the first time since 1979, when a stampede before a concert they were giving in the city killed 11 fans.
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Credit: WCPO Cincinnati
Published 1 week ago -  22:23
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Forty years after a tragedy that left 11 dead, rock legends Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey sat down for first-of-a-kind, exclusive interviews with WCPO Anchor Tanya O’Rourke. Their candid revelations about the horrific night of Dec. 3, 1979 form the basis for our documentary, "The Who: The Night That Changed Rock," which explores the tragedy β€”Β and what happened to the people who survived.

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