( Contactmusic ) - The last hours of the life of tragic THE WHO drummer KEITH MOON are to be explored in an upcoming U.S. TV documentary. America's Biography channel will study Moon's last 24 hours in hit series Final 24. Moon's longtime assistant and confidant Dougal Butler appears on the show, which airs on Tuesday night (22Jan08), revealing that the eccentric drummer would often spiral out of control. Butler says, "The problem that Keith couldn't handle is fame. He was his own worst enemy because he wanted to work all the time. "He didn't live a normal family life outside of rock and roll, even in his marriages, because he wanted to keep on rocking and rolling every day of his life. "He thought it was a continuous thing every day - which he tried to do. But in the end, that's what killed him." Moon was 32 when he died in September 1978. Mike Myers has signed on to portray Moon in upcoming biopic, See Me Feel Me: Keith Moon Naked For Your Pleasure.
The Who - Moon's Final Hours Studied In New Tv Documentary
23 January 2008 03:00 (UTC+04:00)