London, Mar 9 (ANI): Legendary singer Keith Moon has been honoured with a heritage blue plaque in London.
The heritage rock dedicated to The Who's drummer, who died in 1978 aged 32 from a prescription drug overdose, was unveiled at London's Marquee Club, where the band played their first gig.
"He was one of the great drummers of the era," the Sun quoted David Graham, of the Heritage Foundation, as saying.
Band's lead singer Roger Daltrey also spoke at the ceremony. (ANI)