He became addicted to alcohol, particularly brandy and champagne, and acquired a reputation for decadence and dark humour; his nickname was "Moon the Loon." After moving to Los Angeles with personal assistant Peter "Dougal" Butler during the mid-1970s, Moon recorded his only solo album, the poorly received Two Sides of the Moon.While touring with the Who, on several occasions he passed out on stage and was hospitalised.Dressed in ginger clothes and with his hair dyed ginger (future bandmate Pete Townshend later described him as a "ginger vision"), In the words of the drummer, "they said go ahead, and I got behind this other guy's drums and did one song-'Road Runner.' I'd several drinks to get me courage up and when I got onstage I went arrggg Ghhhh on the drums, broke the bass drum pedal and two skins, and got off. "We used to fight regularly," remembered Moon in later years."John [Entwistle] and I used to have fights – it wasn't very serious, it was more of an emotional spur-of-the moment thing." the pair had a rapport in the early years and enjoyed practical jokes and improvised comedy.
After playing with a local band, the Beachcombers, he joined the Who in 1964 before they recorded their first single.
Fletcher considers the drumming on this album to be the best of Moon's career.
Unlike contemporary rock drummers such as Ginger Baker and John Bonham, Moon hated drum solos and refused to play them in concert.
According to the same report, Boyle and Craig are currently working on a shooting schedule for the film, with the actor also taking on a key creative role.
The new Bond movie, the 25th in the series, is scheduled to reach UK cinemas on the 25 October 2019.