Goodbye To Motorhead’S Rock N Roll Legend Lemmy Kilmister
The rock n roll world pays tribute to Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister who died Dec 28th aged 70.
Motorhead was the pure essence of rock n roll. Started in London, England in 1975 their music is loved by bikers, rockers and metalheads all across the world. Frontman and rock icon Lemmy Kilmister died 28th of December at the age of 70 after being diagnosed with cancer just a few days ago.
Despite suffering a number of recent health problems, Lemmy was still rocking the stage just a few weeks ago at his final gig on December 11th in Berlin, Germany to thousands of adoring fans.
Motorhead’s original drummer Phil Taylor aka Philthy Animal also passed away aged 61 on November 11th this year. Lemmy spoke out that he was devastated to have lost a true friend. Speaking to U.K.’s Classic Rock magazine, he said: “I’m feeling very sad at the moment, in fact devastated, because one of my best friends died yesterday. I miss him already. His name was Phil Taylor, or Philthy Animal, and he was our drummer twice in our career. Now he’s died and it really pisses me off that they take somebody like him and leave George Bush alive. So muse on that.”
Now just a short time after Philthy's death, we've lost Lemmy too. Celebrities all over the world are posting their tributes and memories across social media to the rock legend that has influenced countless bands and shown the world how to live the rock n roll lifestyle like a boss.
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He partied hard and lived an incredible life and he would have wanted his fans to remember him the same. So pour a shot of Jack D crank up some Motorhead and let's ROCK N ROLL!