Keith Moon, The Who dummer who died in 1978, was invited to play at the Olympics

How much would you pay for a car owned by Keith Richards?

Up for sale at Bonham's Sale of Collectors' Motor Cars and Automobilia auction (RAF Hendon) on the 30th of April, is the legendary Rolling Stones member Keith Richard's 1950's Pontiac Chieftain. Price estimates range around the £22000 mark for the
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Keith Moon, The Who dummer who died in 1978, was invited to play at the Olympics

Brian • Santa Clara, California • 28 minutes ago "Keith Moon, The Who dummer who died in 1978, was invited to play at the Olympics"…The Who DUMMER? haha It's a trap! • 26 minutes ago Maybe they should get Keith Richards, he only looks like he's been
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  1. first 14 years it was listed on the stones records as Richard then on the “Some Girls” album it is Richards ¿Which is correct?
    It is Richards but it was listed Richard for the 1st 14 years then for no explanation changed to Richards

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