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Keith Moon Felt 1 Song from The Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Was About Him

The Beatles and The Who are two of the most famous classic rock bands to come out of England. During a tour of America from the 1960s, The Who constantly listened to The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Keith Moon thought one of the songs on the album was about him. Here’s a look at which song Moon played constantly — and whether it was actually about him or another 1960s celebrity.
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Drum Solo Showdown: Keith Moon vs. Ginger Baker

Keith Moon and Ginger Baker are two of the greatest drummers in rock ‘n roll history. Each of them was integral to their band’s sound and at a time when there was no shortage of talented drummers, they both shined. Even decades later, their skills behind the kit remain unmatched.
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The adorable Nandi Bushell pays tribute to Keith Moon

Nandi Bushell currently holds the title of the most adorable 10-year-old musical prodigy. Her latest post is a tribute to Keith Moon of The Who. is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

Nandi Bushell honours Keith Moon with cover of The Who’s ‘My Generation’

Ten-year-old drummer Nandi Bushell has covered The Who’s ‘My Generation’, honouring the band’s late drummer Keith Moon. The drummer dedicated the performance to “Mooney” before launching into the cover. On social media, Bushell described it as “one of the most difficult covers I have ever made”. “I think this song...

10-Year-Old Nandi Bushell Covers THE WHO's "My Generation," Honoring Keith Moon

Budding rockstar Nandi Bushell, the British 10-year-old girl who has captured our hearts, has released a new cover of The Who classic "My Generation," paying tribute to their iconic drummer Keith Moon. The Youtube description reads “WARNING: Extreme Awesomeness and Flashing Lights! Bruh! Keith Moon!!! Unreal! This one is for...

Nandi Bushell Channels Keith Moon With Cover Of The Who’s “My Generation” [Watch]

While 2020 was a devastating year for musicians around the world, one of the undisputed champions to come out of the quarantine era was Nandi Bushell. Last year, the 10-year-old British girl entered into—and won—an internet drumming competition with Dave Grohl. The two have since formed an allegiance and are planning to collaborate on a song in the future. All of this came in addition to her viral-friendly YouTube channel, which boasts over a quarter of a million subscribers. On Sunday, Nandi Bushell added to her ever-expanding trove of drum covers with a take on The Who‘s “My Generation”.

Nandi Bushell Covers the Who’s ‘My Generation’ and Dedicates It to Keith Moon

After dabbling in emo and learning about Britpop, Nandi Bushell’s back with another classic rock cover, this time tackling the Who’s 1965 hit “My Generation.”. “WARNING: Extreme Awesomeness and Flashing Lights! Bruh! Keith Moon!!! Unreal! This one is for you Mooney!” the 10-year-old phenom wrote in the YouTube description. “One of the most difficult covers I have ever made. I think this song really suits my style. Fast, Fun and Rocking with a Punk edge!”
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Ted Nugent Refused Drugs From Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon, Bon Scott

Ted Nugent reinforced his antidrug views by saying he refused to accept substances from Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon and Bon Scott over the years. The guitarist – whose disapproval of intoxication issues is well-known – reflected that he’d managed to avoid going down the same road through “luck” and added that he’s watched many of his musical heroes succumb to the negative effects of dabbling.


Legendary rocker Ted Nugent discussed his lifelong anti-drugs and -drink stance during a Facebook Live with his son Rocco on Tuesday (February 2). Speaking about why some people begin to abuse drugs while others don't, Ted said: "My mom and dad were alcoholics. I didn't know they were alcoholics. I thought they just had a Tom Collins [cocktail] every night — whatever the hell that is — or a martini with olives… So my mom and dad were smoking, drinking alcoholics. And I was surrounded, in the rock and roll world, by smoking, drinking, drugged idiots.