Wo's Next? LocalMuezician Moves On
Commuting upon this matter has taken a week,
but considering it happened last Monday night, and
concert in Cincinnati, Ohio. In the first place, I hold
no love for people who are so intent on getting into a
concert that theywillldlltheirpeers todo so.
Secondly, it seems the organizers of the concert
used very little common sense in selling general
admission tickets to a Who concert. They should
have realized, beyond a shadow of a doubt, how
American stage appearances since Keith Moon’s
I am from Greenville, where the biggest facility
is a 6,000-seat auditorium. Even when general
admission tickets are sold there, the people are
orderly to a great extent, although you wouldn’t get
The Who to play there.
Many out there may not believe this, but The
Who, if they had known of those deatm beforehand,
would not have played the scheduled show. I don’t
want to second-gueas the members of that band, but
Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, J ohn Entwhistle
and Kenny J ones are all men - and they would not
so callously have disregarded the deaths of 11 of
their fans by playing the show.