Formed in 1964, iconic British rock group The Who's classic line-up is singer Roger Daltrey, Pete Townsend on guitar and vocals, John Entwhistle on base, and legendary drummer Keith Moon. One of the first Mod bands to emerge in the 1960s, The Who were famous for their raucous lyrics and wild stage shows. In their heyday, no guitar or drum kit was safe from The Who.
The Who adopted a Royal Air Force roundel as part of their logo, leading to the symbol's adoption as an icon of the Mod movement - and later Mod revival. Their music is also deeply influential to future generations, thanks to the pioneering work the band created with power chords, guitar feedback, synthesizers, and other techniques fundamental to modern rock.