Who manager Bill Curbishley approached to see if the drummer would like to play at this summer's eventNever have we wanted a story to be true more than this one - the Metro reports that in a brand new interview with the Sunday Times, The Who's manager Bill Curbishley revealed that he had been approached by the organisers of the Olympics to see if Keith Moon "would be available" to play at one of the musical events this summer.
Keith Moon Asked To Play Olympics
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