Motörhead’s Mikkey Dee Pays Tribute To Lemmy Kilmister On Seventh Anniversary Of His Death

Motörhead drummer Mikkey Dee has shared a new tribute for the band’s late frontman Lemmy Kilmister, who passed away seven years ago today (December 28). Dee says he is “quite certain [Lemmy is] rocking the house and raising hell.”

Dee said the following:

“It’s now been 7 years since Lemmy moved on. Time goes by so fast. I have been touring the world with the mighty Scorpions since Lemmy’s passing and its been great but my Motörhead days are forever welded in to my backbone. It’s a huge part of who I am and the Motörhead family is as steady as a rock, forever.

Lemmy, I miss you and think about you a lot but I am quite certain your are rocking the house and raising hell wherever you are.

Let’s have a great New Year celebration and an amazing 2023.

“Don’t sit and cry in your fucking beer. Drink it!”.//Lemmy Kilmister

Cheers to Lemmy!”

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