One of the most exciting bands of the '60s British Invasion, The Who took the American music scene by storm. While Roger Daltry, Pete Townshend and Keith Moon stole the spotlight with their on-stage antics, John Entwistle, affectionately known as "the Ox", quietly stood in the shadows, supplying some of the most kick-ass bass lines in rock and roll. An Ox's Tale takes a rare look at this passionate and talented musician. The film chronicles Entwistle's entire life from his first public performance at the age of 14 through his turbulent days with The Who and then The John Entwistle Band to his final big dream of a Who reunion, tragically cut short when John passed away in his Las Vegas hotel room on the eve of the first show. An Ox's Tale, which includes the last footage and interviews ever shot with John, is a chance for fans to discover the real man behind the bass, the powerful force that was "the Quiet One".