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Loren Gold proved that Billy Joel is not the only great piano man playing at Fenway this weekend. With his extended piano introduction to “Love, Reign o’er Me,” Gold, wearing a leather jacket over a Boston Red Sox jersey, not only tickled the ivories but also tickled the Bay State audience pink with some bars from the beloved “Cheers” theme. When the greatest tough-guy love song ever recorded finally kicked in, it turned out to be Daltrey’s proudest moment of the night.

Loren Gold proved that Billy Joel is not the only great piano man playing at Fenway this weekend. With his extended piano introduction to “Love, Reign o’er Me,” Gold, wearing a leather jacket over a Boston Red Sox jersey, not only tickled the ivories but also tickled the Bay State audience pink with some bars from the beloved “Cheers” theme. When the greatest tough-guy love song ever recorded finally kicked in, it turned out to be Daltrey’s proudest moment of the night.

The band saved a couple of their most powerful performances for the very end, with “Love Reign O’er Me” and “Baba O’Riley.” The former showcased the epic orchestral arrangements for the slow-burning track, led by keyboardist Loren Gold’s dramatic intro. And the latter turned into a massive crowd singalong.

Daltrey was indomitable during the third act’s titanic climax, “Love, Reign O’er Me,” which began with a masterful piano interlude courtesy of Loren Gold and reached its zenith during Daltrey’s incendiary wails. While the rest of the performance was exciting and bright, these moments brought on the goosebumps...

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