Keith Moon was a popular drummer of the British rock group The Who. He was well-known for his distinctive playing style. Songs like ‘Success Story’ and ‘Dreaming From the Waist’ from the album ‘The Who By Numbers’ mark his remarkable performance as a drummer. According to his biographer Tony Fletcher, he used to consider the drums as a lead instrument. He was also notorious for his lunatic behaviour, alcoholism and partying. Besides playing drums, he also acted in films like ‘Sextette’, 'Tommy’ and ‘200 Motels’. Influenced by the music of Elvis Presley and Eric Delany, he used to play bulge for a local band. Inspired by the work of renowned drummer Gene Krupa, he developed a strong penchant for drums. Later, he learnt playing drums from Carlo Little, a famous drummer. After his brief stint with the band The Escorts, he joined The Beachcombers. Later, he became a part of the band The Who. Several albums of the band 'The Who' feature his unique style of drumming. Apart from playing drums, he also performed as band’s singer. In this context, his singing of ‘Barbara Ann’ for the television programme ‘Ready, Steady, Who’ deserve special mention. ‘Two Sides of the Moon’ is his only solo album.