Multiple generations, from Boomers to Zoomers, joined with The Who to sing and scream in Memphis, and it was a blast. Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, and their touring band were joined onstage by local orchestral musicians for a two-hour show, bringing a range of classic songs to the expectant masses. Joe Frietze has the story.
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