Lemmy’s funeral was also streamed live on Youtube with over 280,000 fans watching worldwide.
Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister was laid to rest on Saturday, in a ceremony befitting a rock and roll legend at the Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery in Los Angeles. Over 280,00 fans watched the ceremony live on the band’s Youtube channel as names including Dave Grohl and Slash paid tribute to their friend and hero.
Lemmy, who passed away in December, filmed a short advert for Finnish dairy company Valio shortly before his death.
The late Motörhead frontman Lemmy is posthumously starring in an advert promoting milk, which was filmed less than a month before his untimely death.
Lemmy, whose real name was Ian Fraser Kilmister, passed away on December 28th, just two days after being diagnosed with what the band’s Facebook page described as “extremely aggressive cancer” and only four days after his 70th birthday, shot the 40-second ad in Finland for dairy company Valio last month.
The legendary Lemmy in concert in 2013
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‘Lemmium’ would of course be a heavy metal.
Fans of the late Mötorhead frontman Lemmy have launched a petition to name a new periodic table element in honour of the singer. Lemmy, who was born Ian Fraser Kilmister, died on December 28th, aged 70, just two days after being diagnosed with cancer.
Fans want a new periodic table element to be named after Lemmy.
The petition, launched on change.org, asks that the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry name one of the four new discovered Heavy Metals in the Periodic table ‘Lemmium', after the iconic frontman.
Fans and fellow musicians are mourning the death of rock legend Lemmy, who passed away on Monday aged 70.
Tributes are being paid to Motörhead frontman Lemmy, who died yesterday after a short battle with an extremely aggressive form of cancer. The rock legend’s passing was announced in a post on the band’s official Facebook page and within minutes fans and friends began to express their shock and sadness.
Motorhead frontman Lemmy has died aged 70.
Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne led the tributes on twitter writing: ‘Lost one of my best friends, Lemmy, today. He will be sadly missed. He was a warrior and a legend. I will see you on the other side.’
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Lemmy Kilmister - Lemmy Kilmister died aged 70 after losing His battle with cancer photo at at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour 2015 at The Roundhouse on November 11, 2015 at The Roundhouse - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 29th December 2015
Lemmy Kilmister - It follows his walk-off last week in Salt Lake City, where the band cited the high altitude as the reason behind Lemmy's inability to breathe. They cancelled the following night's show in Denver, at an even higher altitude. at Emo's - Austin, Texas, United States - Tuesday 1st September 2015
The Fun Lovin' Criminals frontman did 'a Preston.'
What is it about BBC comedy panel show Never Mind The Buzzcocks that gets all up in the grill of certain celebrity guests? Since 1996, the show has earned a reputation for childish humour and ribbing its celebs to the nth degree. Anyone without an ego of iron or the ability to laugh at themselves simply shouldn't agree to be a guest.
Huey Morgan Took Out His Rage On A Mug.
Yet once more we've seen a celebrity who couldn't handle the music show's immature quiz rounds and jokes. Huey Morgan, frontman of rock and hip hop band Fun Lovin' Criminals, was tipped over the edge during the latest aired Buzzcocks. Morgan, 45, has appeared as a panel member on the show several times before as well as even a guest host once: he should have known the score.
The remainder of the European leg of Motörhead's tour has been cancelled due to lead singer Lemmy suffering with haemotoma.
Motörhead have been forced to pull out of French, German and Russian dates due to Lemmy reportedly suffering with haemotoma - a blood disorder where blood collects outside a vessel due after damage. The cancellation was announced on the band's website, "Regretfully, Motörhead announces it has had to cancel its remaining six summer festival appearances. The band hate to let their fans down by missing any shows, but they expect to be back in full force this Fall."
Lemmy Kilmister Is Out Of Action With Haemotoma.
Lemmy's identical condition caused the heavy rock band to call off three dates in June and the gravelly-voiced frontman is, according to drummer Mikkey Dee speaking to Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet (reported in The Guardian), "devastated beyond belief" "[Cancelling a tour] has a bigger effect on him than it would anyone else. It's like chopping off a piano player's hands, " Dee added "he's not doing so well right now," sending ripples of concern throughout the 'Ace of Spades' band's massive fanbase who have already had to face the concern brought about by unfounded rumours that the 67-year old had had a defibrillator fitted due to heart problems.
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Despite making some of the most uncompromising music of the last 30 years, Motorhead for some strange reason, cross all boundaries. This is undoubtedly down to the enduring appeal of Lemmy - a man who's stuck to his guns and done things on his own terms to the point where he has just ended up being accepted.
Which gives credence to the fact that If you spend long enough doing something and which such conviction, people will eventually come round to your way of thinking. As a rock 'n' roll icon his influence has touched almost everyone who is anyone and the most surprising thing of all about this documentary is the sheer breadth of people who have fallen under his influence. The usual rock crowd is to be expected. Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, Nirvana), Metallica etc but its appearances of others such as Jarvis Cocker, Peter Hook (Joy Division), Mick Jones (The Clash), Marky Ramone (The Ramones) and Billy Bob Thornton that most surprise.
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This low-budget video production chronicles "the rise and fall" of fictitious Portland band The Paper Dolls, who rise all the way up to getting a $7,500 three-year recording contract from an indie label and fall all the way back to nothing when the band implodes. Wow, what a wild ride!
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