The Detours > The Who: Roger Daltrey, then playing in a many-genre covering bar rock outfit called the detours, asked Pete Townshend, who was playing in a Dixieland group called the Confederates at the time, to join up. He brought along Confederates bandmate John Entwhistle, and when the band put an ad out for a drummer, Keith Moon entered the picture. They released a single as the High Numbers before settling on the Who, a suggestion from Pete Townsend’s roommate.

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