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The Who: 49th Anniversary of Keith Moon's Greatest Detonation

Today it’s easy to forget, but the Who wasn’t always a super massive group everyone has heard of. In the early days from 1964 onwards, the band was plagued by near bankruptcy, perpetual infighting, and creative dilemmas. 512 more words

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Album : Quadrophenia - The Who

One of Babyhead’s all time favorite albums.  Entwistle’s bass and Moon’s drums kick off the whole thing with ‘The Real Me’.  The record revolves around the life of Jimmy.   306 more words

Keith Moon's Drum Set Explodes On Stage!

A look back at one of the craziest moments in music and drumming history

I always find it interesting to see how bands try to shock an audience to help make more of a name for themselves. 292 more words

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Today In Music History: 09/07/16

Happy Birthday to Chrissie Hynde. The Pretender’s lead singer is 65 today. She also happens to be on tour with Stevie Nicks.

If you want to know what the #1 selling disco song of all time is, then wish the lady that sang it happy birthday. 326 more words


Remembering The Who's Keith Moon

It was 38 years ago today (September 7th, 1978) that the Who‘s drummer Keith Moon died at age 32. Moon’s death, which was ruled accidental, was caused by an overdose of Heminevrin, a medication prescribed to help alleviate alcohol withdrawals, mixed with alcohol. 1,963 more words


Remembering Keith Moon

September 7th 1978 we lost one of the original madmen of Rock N’ Roll, Keith Moon.

Keith was the ball of energy behind the drum kit for The Who. 104 more words

Died Today (September 7th): Keith Moon

Keith Moon (1946–1978)

Born: August 23, 1946 in Wembley, London, England, UK
Died: September 7, 1978 (age 32) in London, England, UK

With a flair for theatrical and ridiculous behaviour, he was the centre point and self-publicist for, if they liked it or not, The Who. 102 more words