The Who on March 10, at 7:30 p.m.

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In a Nutshell

Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, and company deliver a career-spanning set of epic rockers on The Who’s 50th anniversary tour

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The Who

  • The Who at 1 (1964): natty Mods playing maximum rhythm and blues with an element of danger
  • The Who at 2 (1965): having made their first stir with the chord-chopping “I Can’t Explain,” the group truly exploded (both the charts and Pete Townsend’s amps) with “My Generation”
  • The Who at 5 (1969): already stars thanks to hits such as “I’m a Boy” and “I Can See for Miles,” with a reputation for wild live shows and unwanted motel room renovations, The Who took the obvious route; they recorded a rock opera about a deaf/dumb/blind kid named Tommy, who plays a mean pinball
  • The Who at 50 (Now): after decades of changing musical history, the group is bowing out in grand style with an epic set of what Townshend calls “all the hits, picks, misses, and misses” of the band’s entire career
  • Eyewitness accounts of what you’ll see: Roger Daltrey hitting every big note like the Babe Ruth of rock singers, Townshend pogo-hopping, pick-whipping, and windmilling on his Stratocaster, ringer Pino Palladino recreating John Entwistle’s bass massage, and Ringo Starr’s son Zak Starkey nailing Keith Moon’s irascible fills

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1001Martin September 4, 2017
"Bigger and better"
How come in the USA things are so much bigger!! This Sunday morning, what we English term as a car boot sale, was no exception. If you are passing on a Sunday morning it is well worth stopping as seeing how the Americans do a car boot! Hundreds and hundreds of stalls selling everything you... Read More
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norma_gordon July 21, 2017
"Barter for your goods"
These flea markets have to be one of the best. Open all day Sunday and only $2 entry fee with free parking. We spent 5 to 6 hours walking around, there are several food trucks where you can buy food and drinks, the area is so huge. There is a mixture of old and new things ranging from food... Read More
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UpperMidwestUma July 19, 2017
"Huge flea market. Good to buy basics, short on antiques."
We stopped here during a trip to Chicago. It is a huge market compared to what we have been to in smaller cities. There was a lot of new merchandise, but we were looking more for antiques and unique objects. If I lived in the area, I can see going to stock up on basics.

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