LEMMY Joins SLASH On Stage At U.K.'s DOWNLOAD Festival

According to NME.com, Slash was joined on stage by Lemmy from MOTÖRHEAD for a rendition of "Doctor Alibi" during the former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist's performance Sunday afternoon (June 13) at the Download festival at Donington Park, United Kingdom.

Introduced by Slash as "a really good friend of mine", Lemmy walked on to massive cheers from the audience, who soon began chanting his name.

"Good evening," said Lemmy to the crowd, despite it only being 3.40 p.m.

Slash's setlist was as follows:

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01. Ghost
02. Back From Cali
03. Nightrain
04. Rocket Queen
05. Starlight
06. By The Sword
07. Sweet Child o' Mine
08. Doctor Alibi
09. Slither
10. Paradise City

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Video footage of Lemmy performing "Doctor Alibi" with Slash at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California in April 2010 can be viewed below.


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