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    Douglas Sandom (26 February 1930 – 27 February 2019) was an English drummer who was the first drummer for the rock band the Who. Music career. During the infancy of the Who's career, while they were playing as the Detours (around mid-1962), Sandom, a bricklayer, joined as drummer.

  2. 28 de feb. de 2019 · Uno de los primeros miembros de la histórica banda The Who, Doug Sandom, falleció hoy justo un día después de cumplir 89 años. Ayer había cumplido 89 años y hoy ha muerto. Doug Sandom fue el primer baterista de una de las bandas más icónicas del rock, The Who.

  3. 28 de feb. de 2019 · Doug Sandom, uno de los primeros miembros de The Who, falleció a los 89 años. En 1962, el baterista fue contratado por Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend y John Entwistle para tocar en su banda The Detours. Aunque era considerablemente mayor que el resto, Sandom era un músico competente con varios años de experiencia.

  4. 28 de feb. de 2019 · Doug Sandom 1930-2019. Just heard from his son that Doug, drummer with the early Who, passed away yesterday at the age of 89. If you have read my book Who I Am you will know how kind Doug was to me, and how clumsily I dealt with his leaving the band to be replaced eventually by Keith Moon.

  5. 28 de feb. de 2019 · Published Feb 28, 2019 Doug Sandom — an early member of the Who who played drums prior to Keith Moon — has died. The news was confirmed by Who guitarist Pete Townshend, who revealed the drummer...

  6. 8 de mar. de 2019 · Doug Sandom, who has died aged 89, was the original drummer of The Who, but before the band became famous he walked out after a row with the guitarist Pete Townshend, to be replaced by Keith...

  7. 28 de feb. de 2019 · THE WHO’s original drummer, DOUG SANDOM, has died, aged 89. The former bricklayer joined the band in 1962, when it was known as The Detours. He quit following a record label audition spat with Pete Townshend and was replaced by Keith Moon.