Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell spoke in a podcast with Eddie Trunk and talked about the legendary late bass guitarist and founder of Motörhead, Lemmy Kilmister, and revealed their plans for a tribute performance.
In the conversation, Phil Campbell stated that he is so proud of Lemmy because he always moved on and continued to rock no matter what. Also, Campbell mentioned that one wouldn’t expect less from a legend like Lemmy.
Furthermore, Phil talked about whether they are going to do a tribute concert in honor of Lemmy. The talented guitarist stated that they have been thinking about it for a long time but they want to make sure that everybody would be perfect for it.
Campbell also pointed out that they don’t want too many people to participate in this show because they want to make it so perfect with the right people. Also, Phil said that they will do this tribute concert one day and it would be something spectacular.
When asked about Lemmy’s tribute concert, Phil Campbell said:
“Yeah, we’ve been thinking about it for a long time. But we wanna make sure it’s done right. People are gonna have to rehearse, and we don’t want too many people, and everyone coming on and saying, ‘Yeah, I know ‘Ace of Spades’,’ and then singing the first verse twice.’
Stuff like that’s happened to me before. It’s something that’s in our minds. And it’s the availability of the right people as well, which is kind of a bit of a nightmare. But one day, we’d like to do something really spectacular. It’s gotta be done.”
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