Lemmy

By Steffan Chirazi

The words wouldn’t come.
I sat in suspension.
I laughed about a few things I knew, things which would’ve made him raise an eye-brow and crack a grin, and memories came and went in no order.
The time Phil Campbell and I were sent back to Brixton Academy post-gig to retrieve ‘an important thing’ Lemm had left behind in the dressing room (two sliced-white, cellophane-wrapped cheese sandwiches).

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\m/ Ending the year at a Zeppelin party. \m/

UDR - METAL BLOG, Vol. 7 - by Steff Chirazi

Saturday night - My neighbor Rich is a great guy. He works in cancer research and is the first to step up and offer any help a needy friend or family might have in this area, and he’s also a fun guy to be around when it comes to music. Oh, he also likes beer and sport. Before any of you ask, he’s married hahahahahaha! ANYWAY, I digress. Rich likes to have friends over to hang out, listen to tunes, eat food and drink beer. Tonight will be a special event, in so much as it is a gathering of the local Books, Bands & Brews club he and our buddy Todd have going, and the focus tonight is Led Zeppelin. We will discuss two books written about the band, the infamous Stephen Davis epic Hammer of The Gods and UK writer Mick Wall’s warty and occasionally fictionalized hike through the myriad of myths and truths around the Zep-entity (sharks, groupies, jets, drugs, devil worship and dark arts oh and a few large-ish gigs to throw out just a few things from Led Zeppelin’s life).

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\m/ Drugs know no genre. \m/

UDR - METAL BLOG, Vol. 6 - by Steff Chirazi

With the death of Scott Weiland recently, the world of rock’n’roll found itself engaging in another round-robin flurry of discussion on the issue of drugs in music. Both have always managed to find each other across the crowded dance-floor and shimmy until the sun rises. Drugs know no genre. From jazz to hip-hop to alternative to metal, many incredible creative energies have done the dance in various ways; some simply haven’t made it back from the dancefloor alive.

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Motörhead have to cancel the sold out show in Berlin.

With great regret, Motörhead have to cancel the sold out show in Berlin today, November 27th. Our brother, guitarist Phil Campbell suddenly required hospitalization. He will be better soon but there is no choice other than to cancel our show in Berlin.

We all wish Phil a speedy recovery, Lemmy, Mikkey and the Motörhead family.

Please check back, we will get you all information as soon as we have it.

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