He was “kind of a father figure”.
A $22,000 statue, no less.
“I really liked the idea of Bowie looking out and watching over the whole festival.”
They banded together to play ‘Ace Of Spades’
Alongside Nikki Sixx, Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath and Backstreet Boy alumnus Nick Carter.
Once again proving his status as rock’n’roll’s hairy godmother.
Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo and Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo were also on board.
Watch a cavalcade of surprise guests smash a massive setlist!
From M.I.A. vs Lynn Hirchberg, to Lou Reed vs pretty much everyone, the relationship between music writers and the musicians they chronicle can at times get contentious, but no matter how provocative and Lester Bangs-esque a rock journo wants to be, you just don’t mess with Motörhead. This was the lesson that Dirk Benninghoff, a
Motörhead‘s infamously obsessive fans have been suffering through several months worth of conflicting reports regarding the health of the band’s legendary frontman Lemmy Kilmister. In a new interview with the Full Metal Jackie radio show, the rock icon has revealed he is on the mend. “I have been ill for about a year, but I
Reports of Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister‘s ill-health came as dire news to many. Most were familiar with the rocker’s hard-living style and his diet of whiskey, cigarettes, and the occasional hunk of cheese. But now Lemmy has revealed that he still has plenty of music left in him. Lemmy’s battle against his own habits saw
Motörhead’s main man Lemmy has called American Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney a “fucking monster” in an interview recently published by Rolling Stone. The comments come as the Presidential campaign winds down its final hours before people hit the booths to vote for either Romney or President Obama. The subject of Romney came up when Rolling
That’s right the video for White Limo the first full track to be heard of the new, yet to be titled Foo Fighters album (due for release on April 8th) has been released and it along with the music sees the band go back to their hard rocking and tongue in cheek roots. Oh yeah
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