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  • Keith Moon of The Who died at the age of just 32, on September 7, 1978. Moon’s biographer Tony Fletcher marks the 45th anniversary by hosting an interactive presentation about the man he calls “the best, most influential and revolutionary drummer rock music has ever known.” Keith Moon: A Celebration will be happening at the Orpheum Theatre in Saugerties, New York on 9/7 at 7 p.m.
  • Hrishikesh Hirway is an acclaimed musician and host/creator of the Song Exploder podcast and Netflix series. His first EP under his own name, “Rooms I Used to Call My Own,” is due March 30.The album features collaborations with a long list of acclaimed artists, songwriters and producers including Yo-Yo Ma, Jay Som, Baths, Jenny Owen Youngs, Jimmy Tamborello, Jonathan Snipes, John Mark Nelson and Grammy-winners John Congleton and Kimbra.Hirway is marking the release of the EP with a co-headlining tour with Jenny Owen Youngs that started in Austin at South by Southwest this on Tuesday (when we recorded this interview) and will bring them to Orpheum Theatre in Saugerties, New York on Sunday, March 20.