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11 People Were Trampled to Death at a Concert And The Band Kept Playing — Here's Why

The Who’s 1979 concert in Cincinnati might have been more dangerous if it was called off

Photo from Jack Klumpe at The Cincinnati Post — Public Domain

“It’s something that never, ever goes away…You never stop thinking about it. … Young people, really young kids,” The Who member Pete Townshend said.




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