Finally, Cincinnati will have 1st area show of The Who after 1979 tragedy

WAO!! The Who announce the Cincinnati area concert after the 1979 disaster. Read on to know the details.

The Who announces Cincinnati area concert after 1979 tragedy

The Who Performs during the Moving on, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend announced it would play its first Cincinnati area concert again after 1979 disaster. The sources claimed that since then, 11 fans died 40 years ago in a pre-show stampede.

The Rock & Roll Hall of fame band will play on April 23 at the same concern, where 1979 tragedy happened. The place is located across the Ohio River 7 miles south, known as Northern Kentucky University’s BB&T Arena. The 1979 tragedy was so terrific, were injured dozens of people, and it was happened because of amid confusion and lack of preparation for thousands of fans lined up for hours to sit on the front seats.

Interview with WCPO

On Tuesday night, the sources revealed the announcement after WCPO-TV in Cincinnati aired documentary featuring interviews with lead singer Roger Daltrey and amazing guitarist Pete Townshend. Do you remember who they are? They both are remaining original members of the British band that emerged in the 1960s featuring songs of youthful rebellion such as “My Generation” and its “Summertime Blues” cover.

They both stated in the interview that “the tragedy has haunted them, but at the same time Townshend said, he was looking forward to discussing the tragedy in Cincinnati.

He said, “We’ll be going back, we’ll meet people, and we’ll be there.”

And he ended his conversation with WCPO, saying that, “I don’t know about the guys, but for me, I left a little bit of my soul in Cincinnati.