On approach to a Summertime tour for the Who, Roger Daltry is quite chatty lately. The latest from Rog is an update on an ages old project to capture the manic talent of Who drummer Keith Moon. Moonie interfaces with Detroit when he celebrated his birthday in 1967. Actually it was Flint. The Who were playing a gig there but it was the dog and pony show by master of cermonies Keith Moon that lives in infamy. They'd ordered several cakes for the birthday boy, one of them a series of drums stacked on top of each other. Moon stuck his finger in the frosting and then flung a frosting bomb at Herman's Hermits' bassist Karl Green. Frosting flew until hotel management huffily intervened and Keith retreated. There was no use for the swimming pool which had become Moon's broken bottle receptacle, so he turned to the cars parked at the hotel. He let the parking brake go and it rolled. Next thing you know, Moon submarined the icon of Detroit automotive machismo into the Holiday Inn's pool. Now, try to imagine Michael Meyers as Moon in that role? Roger was all for it, but eventually they couldn't agree and Meyers moved on to other projects, actually snagging the part of the record exec in 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. Roger swears the biopic is on track even though he was thoroughly intolerant of the band's drug induced destructive capers, he believes in the immense talent of Keith Moon. The next step is casting the role, once you've got a perfect Keith, the storytelling will do the rest.