Keith Moon was only 31 when he died from a tragic mixing of alcohol and Clomethiazole and the rock world has missed him dearly ever since. Widely acknowledged as one of the greatest drummers of rock and roll, Keith was the vital power source behind one of the most powerful bands of rock and roll.
His final bow with The Who was on May 25th 1978 when they played “Won’t Get Fooled Again” during the filming of the documentary The Kids Are Alright. This performance is bittersweet, yet it is also a grand testament to how great Keith was as a drummer.
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