Sometimes you just come across a random photo that throws you for a loop. This photo of The Beach Boys Brian Wilson wearing a robe at a party and chatting with The Who’s Keith Moon is that kind of photo.
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Eric Clapton once proudly wore a “No Snow, No Show” shirt, well check out Jimmy Page supporting his probable favorite prescription drug of the moment by wearing a Quaalude, Rorer 714 shirt.
Who would have guessed that one of the best Rock N’ Roll drummers of all time (Moon) was responsible for naming the band of another one of the best drummers of all time (John Bonham). Here are the two legends together…
Not long ago I wrote a story about a photo taken 1976 of Paul McCartney and David Gilmour sharing a joint at a concert. In the photo Gilmour is wearing a colorful and very distinctive Dallas Cowboys shirt with the number 56 on it.
Elvis Presley ”The King of Rock N’ Roll” was and continues to be a major influence on musicians past and present. Some artists have even gone so far as to wear an Elvis related item for photo shoots and album covers.
The iconic photo used for both the film and soundtrack shows the members of The Who sleeping against a wall, draped with a giant British “Union Jack” Flag.
The Who released their third album “The Who Sell Out” in 1967. It is a concept album, formatted as a collection of unrelated songs interspersed with faux commercials and public service announcements.
Rockstar 101: Rule “Numero Uno” – Do not wear your own bands t-shirt or band merch. That’s equivalent to Kobe Bryant wearing his Los Angeles Lakers jersey to dinner. Here is Part 4 of some rockstars breaking the law…
IMHO John Bonham’s Ludwig “Amber Vistalite” drum kit and Keith Moon’s Premier “Pictures of Lily” drum kit are the two most icoic Rock N’ Roll drum kits ever played. So as we always do in the feelnumb.com poll section, we ask for your opinion…
RHCP also paid homage to The Who in this photo of them wearing football helmets that was included in the booklet for “Stadium Arcadium”. The album cover for The Who’s 1974 out-takes album “Odds And Sods” showed the band members wearing football helmets as well.