When the late Keith Moon wasn’t jokingly parading around in Hitler regalia, he could probably be found trashing one of the many hotels The Who stayed at. This weekend, The Times “Travel” section takes a look at the hard-living Moon–who “once nailed his room furniture to the ceiling”–along with members of Led Zeppelin, The Faces and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
So what are younger rock bands up to these days? Well, they’re not exactly riding motorcycles through the Chateau Marmont.
And touring with the Rolling Stones (of all bands) must have led to some wild nights. Or not.
And for Southland, a rock band from L.A., partying comes with life on the road. But so does trying to get a bargain.
Things they do look awful cold.
- Michael Calderone