Former drummer of Motörhead and current member of Scorpions, Mikkey Dee, remembered the days when he was on the stage with legendary bass guitarist Lemmy Kilmister by sharing a new post on the official Instagram.

After founded in 1975, iconic heavy metal/rock band Motörhead lasted with a legend like Lemmy for forty years. In 2015, Lemmy passed away following the complications due to prostate cancer, and the band disbanded afterward.

While the coronavirus outbreak has been still continuing to hit the world and music industry, Mikkey was one of the musicians who were missing to play on the stage and meet the audience once again.

But, his longing was not only about the audience and stage. In the post that he shared, we can all understand that he missed playing with Lemmy in front of the Motörhead fans and paid his tribute to the legend once again.

Here is what Mikkey Dee captioned:

“Good times!”

You can check out the post below.

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Good times! #mikkeydee #motörhead #motorhead

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