Keith Moon net worth: Keith Moon was an English musician who had a net worth of $ 70 million at the time of his death in 1978 (after adjusting for inflation). Keith John Moon was born in Wembley, London, England in August 1946 and died in September 1978. He was best known for being the drummer for the band The Who. While Moon was with the band, they produced eight studio albums. The Who has sold more than 100 million records. Keith Moon was voted by Rolling Stone readers as the second largest drummer in history. He began playing for the local band The Beachcombers before joining The Who in 1964. He became known for destroying hotel rooms during a tour and breaking his drums on stage. He also liked to throw explosives down the toilets. During a 21st birthday celebration, things got out of control and the police arrived with their weapons drawn. For the destruction caused, Moon‘s group received a hotel bill for $ 24,000. During the 70s, his driver was accidentally killed and his marriage broke up. He became addicted to alcohol and was even nicknamed “Moon the Loon.” In 1975 he released his only solo album Two Sides of the Moon. He often passed out on stage while on tour and ended up being hospitalized. He started taking Heminevrin to help him with his alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Keith Moon died of an overdose of Heminevrin on September 7, 1978.