Lemmy Kilmister

Dec 24, 1945 – Dec 28, 2015 (Age 70)


Ian Fraser Kilmister, the gravelly voiced heavy metal musician known best simply as Lemmy, who lead the band Motorhead for more than 40 years, died Dec. 28, 2015, of cancer. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Like a father who gave and give me a line, musical, psychologic, pleasue line ; I had a discussion with him, in reims, france ; i was 17 in 1986 ; never forget, never....

I still can't believe you're gone! I never got to see Motorhead live, but have been a fan for 15 years. You will be missed my friend.

Dear Lemmy,

A year has passed yet I still find myself crying thinking of you and missing you! Over the past week I cant watch TV! all I can do is watch youtube videos of you, listen to motorhead just watch or listen to anything just so I can feel you close!
Even though I never met you, I feel I knew you! Even though you have left us physically, your spirit, words and musical legacy will live on!!!
Rock n Roll was...YOU!

I love you Lemmy


I miss you every day it is so hard to accept that you are no longer here in person but you will always live on in your music you are missed so much and loved even more.
Love you so much you will always be in my heart

Jayne Leeds England


Lemmy I truly hope you are letting Jesus hold you in his arms so you can rest for a bit rest in Jesus arms lemmy rest in his arms

https://youtu.be/O3d3KoE51aI It is with high regard that i consider a man respected, to what night embarks, by a tree neglected, as you would strum by an oakwood shelter, i remember your fire by an old book tempered, by the water that breathes, in a flames that be given, by those years between, those fans bllowing tithered, to associate by your voice that howls toward the midnight light, as if shine can reach the narrows, by the choice of owls. Yours sincerely T.

Rest in peace -you lead, indeed were, the world's greatest rock & roll band. Your music will always live on. I was honoured to have met you several times, back in the '80s, when you lived in the UK. You even bought me a drink on a couple of occasions. You were always a gentleman. Keep rocking - I know you will. With you, Jacko, John, Jack, and several others, Heaven's house band will not be short of bass players - although none like you!Richard Goffin-Lecar, Ramsgate, England.