It is just weeks since we lost rock legend Lemmy Kilmister to cancer. The Motorhead frontman was one of the most charismatic men in rock and “Ace Of Spades” is probably the song that defines Lemmy’s energy and attitude for many fans.
Of course whilst Lemmy may be gone his music lives on. Whilst Lemmy’s contemporaries and those he has influenced are alive Lemmy will remain alive through his music output.
Lemmy and Motorhead have influenced numerous bands through the years and last night saw the gathering of a rock supergroup who paid tribute to Lemmy by performing “Ace Of Spades.”
According to Rolling Stone Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl was a surprise guest at Friday night’s Dimebash, the annual celebration of late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell, and at the Los Angeles gig.
NME report that Grohl was joined by Pantera singer Phil Anselmo, Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo and former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo as they joined together onstage to pay tribute to another late metal legend: Lemmy Kilmister.
Rest In Peace Lemmy. We salute you.