Keith Moon was the British drummer, who received the greatest fame as a member of the rock band The Who – thanks to the unusual style of playing the drums. To tell the truth, he made The Who. Moon is considered an innovative musician, one of the best rock drummers in the world. By the way, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, ranked third in the list of the top 50 drummers of rock music compiled in 2005 by Classic Rock magazine. In 2010, Rolling Stone readers put him in third place on the list of the best rock drummers.
Keith John Moon was born on 23 August 1946 in Wembley, Middlesex. He had two sisters: Linda and Leslie, 3 and 12 years younger. His father worked as a mechanic and his mother was a cleaner. Since childhood the boy was in love with music.