At age 70, after a short battle with cancer, passed away the founder and leader of the British rock band Motörhead, Ian Fraser, the show, known by his stage name Lemmy.
About the death of a rock legend first reported in its Twitter TV presenter and old friend Lemmy Eddie Trunk.
Ian Fraser, the show was born in Staffordshire in 1945. In 20 years, first saw on stage The Beatles, the young man began dreaming of becoming a rock musician.
In 1972, Kilmister took the bassist in the band Hawkwind, although he never played bass guitar.
In 1975, he founded Motörhead show and since then was the lead vocalist, bassist, songwriter and only permanent member of the group. Over the years, Motörhead have released 22 Studio albums, the latest of which, Bad Magic, was released in August of this year.