One of the most recognizable logos in rock and roll, stenciled on the band’s equipment cases backstage. Photo by Daniel Knighton
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SAN DIEGO — The Who brought their “Quadrophenia and More” tour to the Valley View Casino Center Tuesday. 

With a set list that included some of their greatest hits, including guitarist Pete Townsend’s 1973 opus “Quadrophenia” in its entirety. Townsend (pictured) also managed to break out his trademark “windmill” move. The band kept the more than 8,000 fans on their feet.

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