Olympics Organizers seek deceased Keith Moon to Play Closing Ceremony

London Olympics organizers sought to meet with the band, The Who’s, manager to seek Keith Moon to play at an Olympics event, the Symphony of Rock, which is a celebration of British pop culture that will be part of the closing ceremony on August 12th.  However, the famous drummer has been dead for over 30 years.  The band’s manager informed the Olympics that given his death, it would be impossible.  The drummer died at 32 years old in 1978 from an accidental overdose of prescription pills. Read more:

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