Okay people, it's time discuss music. Who is it that you believe is the greatest band ever and why?
As for me, I say The Who.
They played at Woodstock. They released two legendary rock operas: Tommy and Quadrophenia. They were known for their antics and destructive behavior onstage, and well, everywhere else. They all starred in a movie, Tommy. Greatest Work- Who's Next.
Pete Townsend (Guitar)- One of the most iconic Guitarists ever. He was the enthusiast of the "Windmill" move, as well as being the originator of the smashed guitar.
John Entwistle (Bass)- Always comes to mind when you talk about the greatest bassists ever. He influenced the likes of Steve Harris, Les Claypool, and Cliff Burton. The quietest member of the band, hardly moving during many of their shows, clashing with the styles of the other band members. Nonetheless, he will always be considered one of the greatest.
Keith Moon (Drums) - Arguably the greatest drummer ever. His style was innovative - replacing basic back beats with a busy technique focused on fast, cascading rolls across the toms and cymbal crashes. Also known to be an alcoholic, his death being caused by an overdose of Heminevrin, a drug used to help him get over his alcoholism. He and Neil Peart are usually considered the two greatest drummers of all time.
Roger Daltrey (Vocals) - One of the two surviving members of the band today, Daltrey was the founder of The Who. Early on, Daltrey was the band's leader, earning a reputation for using his fists to exercise control when needed. Because of this, the band members kicked him of out the band for a few days in 1965. He was the face of the band that stood out amidst the 60's counterculture.
There ya go ladies and germs. Eh, I kinda went overboard on that... Anyways, Yours don't have to be this long.