Now past the point where he was admittedly close to death, frontman Lemmy Kilmister says a Grammy nomination for Motorhead's 'Heartbreaker' song validates his long journey back from a series of health-related setbacks.
The iconic Motorhead frontman will be spinning his favorite tunes on British radio on Jan. 1.
In a revelation that might comes as somewhat of a surprise to some fans, Motorhead's iconic frontman Lemmy Kilmister has admitted an affinity for Swedish pop band Abba.
We were all worried about Lemmy while he struggled to take care of the medical issues that forced Motorhead to postpone a European tour in 2013.
For many rock fans, getting the chance to walk into a bar and try to keep up with Lemmy in his prime would be a little like a sports fanatic being invited to play basketball with Michael Jordan.
After a few years of health problems that would have felled lesser men, Motorhead frontman Lemmy is slowly but surely recovering.
Lemmy says Slash helped him recover from the medical woes that derailed Motorhead's tour plans last year.
We repeat: You can't kill rock and roll.
Professional football made its return to Los Angeles on April 5, as the newly formed L.A. Kiss of the Arena Football League won its home opener at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., 44-34 over the Portland Thunder.
Team owners, and Kiss bandmates, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley were on hand to take part in the pre-game festivities and, true to their words, they helped present an over-the-top rock 'n' roll sports experience that more than delivered bang for the buck.