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The Who's drummer Keith Moon at "Tara" his home in Chertsey Surrey, England. Tara, on St. Anns Hill, was a one-storey, four-bedroom bungalow, approximately 1,100 sq feet. The roof peaked in five pyramids, one on each corner of the house and one in the centre over a large sunken lounge. It was demolished and replaced by a new home in 1990.

From The Who Location Guide : "Keith Moon's house "Tara" began life at the hands of Peter Collinson, the film director responsible for Up .

Alice Cooper and Keith Moon

Keith Moon and Alice Cooper. Alice Cooper later said to the Britain’s Daily Mirror “When you party with Keith Moon your body really knows about it - one time he stayed with me for a week, and I literally wasn’t allowed to sleep for seven days.


The last picture of The Who's Keith Moon taken as he left the British premiere of 'The Buddy Holly Story' on September 1978 with girlfriend Annette Walter-Lax. Moon died the next day.

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The Who back on home turf. Left to right - Pete Townshend, John Entwhistle, Keith Moon and Roger Daltrey

Keith Moon performing at Windsor Festival, 30 July 1966. © David Redfern & Jim Barron

Keith Moon performing at Windsor Festival, 30 July © David Redfern & Jim Barron