MOTÖRHEAD's LEMMY: 'We're Still Huge In Places Where Rock 'N' Roll Still Matters'

MOTÖRHEAD frontman Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister spoke with Australia's Time Off magazine about how fans have gone to extremes to show their devotion to the band, who are celebrating their 30th anniversary with shows in Australia alongside MÖTLEY CRÜE. "One guy in Germany had the MOTÖRHEAD logo tattooed down the whole of his back," he said. "They have 'em tattooed on their calves and on the side of their heads. I mean, that would have hurt! But people fall in love to MOTÖRHEAD too. A couple in Germany called their daughter Lemmy because they met at one of our shows. We get a lot of young kids at our shows because we keep coming up with new records. We're not some dinosaur act. We're still huge in places where rock 'n' roll still matters." Read more.


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