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Encyclopedia > Chris Townson

Born July 24, 1947 Chris Townson became the only drummer ever to replace Keith Moon on a Who tour and played with Marc Bolan in John's Children. July 24 is the 205th day (206th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 160 days remaining. ... 1947 (MCMXLVII) was a common year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1947 calendar). ... Keith John Moon (August 23, 1946 – September 7, 1978) was the drummer of the rock group The Who. ... Marc Bolan Mark Feld (September 30, 1947 – September 16, 1977), better known as Marc Bolan, was a singer and songwriter for the band Tyrannosaurus Rex (later called T. Rex), from 1967 until his death in a car crash in 1977. ... Johns Children were a 1960s Proto-Punk band featuring future T. Rex frontman Marc Bolan, whose 1967 single Desdemona was banned by the BBC for the controversial lyric, Lift up your skirt and fly. ...


In the 1970s he was member of Jook (band) and Jet (UK band).


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Since his 1988 retirement, Jacobs has taught at Townson State University and Bowie State College, both in Maryland, and has served as a researcher/writer at the Smithsonian Institute.
At SUNY New Paltz, Chris has been teaching Japanese language classes as well as Japanese Fiction, Japanese Poetry, Japanese Aesthetics and Culture, and the history and literature of Asian Americans in a course with the same title Asian Americans.
Chris writes, "I feel extremely fortunate to have come to New Paltz: the campus happens to be located in one of the most beautiful areas imaginable, the village and campus communities are extremely friendly and rich in talents and diversity, but most
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