Motorhead received one of the highest honors of recognition from the City of Los Angeles, California.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the band has influenced a lot of Angeleno bands throughout its years and have imprinted a major role in most musicians.
Councilman Jose Huizar had the honor to present and conduct the commencement to Lemmy Kilmister, Mikkey Dee, and Phil Campbell, known as Motörhead in the Council Chambers at the City Hall in Downtown Los Angeles on August 26, 2015.
After the commencement fans rushed to a small press area behind the Council Chamber for a chance of a closer look and quick interview. -Jennifer Martinez
80’s metal legends Motörhead and special guest Saxon, melted the Shrine Auditorium In Los Angeles, California with a double dose of kick ass in your face hard rock on August 22, 2015.
Saxon hit the stage to a packed house and had the crowd rocking out and head banging to a set that included “Denim and Leather,” “This Town Rocks” and the classic hit “Power and the Glory.” Saxon are currently on the ‘Warriors of the Road’ tour.
Headliners Motörhead opened with the song I really wanted to hear “Damage Case.” Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee blasted through a set that included “Ace of Spades,” “We are Motorhead” and “Overkill,” in which at that time, Lemmy’s son came out on stage and rocked out with the band. Motörhead’s set was loud ans fast… a straight om kick ass hard rock show.
Don’t forget to pick up Motörhead’s new album ‘Bad Magic’ out August 28.