Gibson.com zet de, volgens hen, beste tien rockdrummers op een rijtje. Keith komt op nummer 3, en moet Neal Peart (Rush) en John Bonham (Led Zeppelin) voor laten gaan.
“Keith Moon’s wild drum technique was part of the Who’s core, and they haven’t sounded the same since he passed away in 1978. Moon played the skins with the kind of untamed recklessness that most schooled drummers before him would have seen as crazy, but it’s that intensity that brought such personality to the Who and made Moon’s wild, brash playing the soul of the band. His solo album, Two Sides of the Moon, captures his spirit, bringing a bizarre, haunting blend of ’50s/’60s rock ‘n’ roll, pushing character into every beat.“