Which of the following is both a song by The Who and a Greek goddess?
“Athena” is a song written by Pete Townshend and recorded by the legendary rock band The Who. Townshend wrote the song the day after a fateful encounter with actress Theresa Russell. Townshend’s inspiration for this classic song was sparked after being rejected by the actress while attempting to win her affection at a Pink Floyd concert. Originally titled “Theresa,” Townshend later changed the name to “Athena” to conceal the real identity of his muse. In Greek mythology, Athena is the goddess of wisdom and strategic warfare.
The correct answer is Athena.