Keith Moon once broke into Mick Jagger’s bedroom dressed as batman for midnight prank

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Mick Jagger recalled the story to US DJ Howard Stern on Sirius XM radio present and mentioned Keith Moon was a ‘nutcase’ who virtually obtained stabbed after the prank in Los Angeles

Moon was voted the second biggest drummer in historical past in a Rolling Stone readers’ ballot

Sir Mick Jagger has instructed how The Who’s Keith Moon as soon as broke into his lodge room dressed as Batman.

The prank resulted in terrified Mick pulling a knife, fearing a deranged fan was coming to assault him.

Wild drummer Keith – famed for his drink and drug-fuelled antics – focused the Rolling Stones frontman in Los Angeles within the 1970s.

Mick revealed: “Keith was an entire lunatic. I used to be in LA in a lodge as soon as, asleep, and he broke into my room dressed as Batman.

“I wakened and there was Batman in entrance of me, with a masks and all the things. It isn’t what you anticipate in the midst of the evening.

“I believe I had a knife, at the very least some kind of defensive weapon. So I pulled the knife and he mentioned, ‘Oh no, it’s Keith’.

“I mentioned, ‘You’re not Keith… I can inform you aren’t out of your voice’.

He replied, ‘No, Keith Moon’. Then he took the masks off. He got here up the fireplace escape. What a nutcase!”

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Singer Mick Jagger spoke of the prank from 1970s
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Moon died in 1978, aged 32, after an unintended prescription drug overdose.

Mick, 78, revealed the prank to US DJ Howard Stern on his Sirius XM radio present.

The Stones are in America on their No Filter tour – their first with out drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August, aged 80.

Sir Mick Jagger has mentioned he finds it “unusual” performing with out the late Charlie Watts as The Rolling Stones kicked off their US tour earlier this week.

Mick described Charlie as “the heartbeat of the group” and instructed SiriusXM DJ Howard Stern that they’re continually mentioning him and reminiscing in rehearsals.







He mentioned: “We did so many reveals with him and so many excursions and so many recording periods, it’s unusual being with out him.

“When he was sick, he mentioned, ‘You’ve gotta simply keep on and do that tour. Don’t cease due to me.’ So we did.”

Moon died in 1978, aged 32, after an unintended prescription drug overdose.

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