Rainbow Bar & Grill Patio Dubbed 'Lemmy's Lounge' In Memory Of Late MOTÖRHEAD Frontman

Rainbow Bar & Grill Patio Dubbed 'Lemmy's Lounge' In Memory Of Late MOTÖRHEAD Frontman

West Hollywood, California's famous Rainbow Bar & Grill on the Sunset Strip has dedicated its patio to iconic MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy Kilmister and re-named it "Lemmy's Lounge." It is a fitting gesture from the Rainbow, as when Lemmy wasn't touring or recording, the majority of his waking hours were spent on said patio. There is already a life-size bronze statue immortalizing Lemmy at The Rainbow, which attracts fans from all over the world, and Lemmy's Lounge will allow hardcore fans and casual patrons alike to sample the wares and atmosphere that Lemmy loved so much.

To celebrate Lemmy's Lounge, Roxy owner Nic Adler and Goldenvoice's Paul Tollett have kindly agreed to allow the painting of a celebratory mural commemorating the life of Lemmy and MOTÖRHEAD on the side wall of the Roxy, opposite Lemmy's Lounge and statue.

MOTÖRHEAD's management is seeking a local L.A. muralist painter that is interested in the opportunity to provide their services to paint this immortal artwork in celebration of our fallen hero's life. Interested parties should fill the form at www.lemmyslounge.com to submit their resume. The closing date for submissions is December 24, 2016.

Any other inquiries, please e-mail [email protected]

Lemmy, who celebrated his 70th birthday last Christmas Eve (December 24), learned two days later that he was afflicted with an aggressive form of cancer. He died two days later, on December 28, at his home in Los Angeles.

The MOTÖRHEAD frontman had dealt with several health issues over the past few years, including heart trouble, forcing him to cut back on his famous smoking and Jack Daniels habits.

The band canceled a number of shows last year, although they did manage to complete one final European tour on December 11, 2015.

In a 2015 interview with Kerrang! magazine, Lemmy was asked how it makes him feel when people call him a legend. He responded: "As long as they don't believe it, that's alright." He continued: "Who wouldn’t want a hero somewhere in their lives? And it might as well be me, 'cause I don't take the piss out of them for it, and I don't laugh at them because of it." But he added, "I'm not a legend. I never thought of myself as being special in particular. Maybe I make brilliant music, but that's about it."

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