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February 14, 2013 9:03 AM

Walter Tunis: The Who brings 'Quadrophenia' in all of its glory to Louisville

There is an underlying irony to

The Who

's

visit to Louisville on Saturday, more than 30 years after the pioneering British rock troupe last played on bluegrass soil in back-to-back shows at Freedom Hall and Rupp Arena. The irony? Those 1982 outings were part of what was being billed as The Who's farewell tour.

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