Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister Documentary to Premiere on VH1
Few rockers are as bad ass Motörhead‘s Lemmy Kilmister. In fact, Lem, who is 65 years young, could pen a Boy Scout’s manual on the rock n’ roll lifestyle. If rock ‘n’ roll were an Olympic sport, Lemmy would be champion, as the man has mastered the fine arts of rocking, drinking, smoking and bedding women and his lifestyle is the stuff of legends. If you don’t get the chance to check out the theatrical run of the much buzzed-about documentary, simply titled ‘Lemmy,’ then you can watch it from the comfort of your couch on Feb. 11, when the doc debuts on VH1 and VH1 Classic. The doc airs at 11:30 PM.
The doc has been discussed in the metal scene for the past year now, and it’s exciting to see the film finally get its cable channel debut. The directors follow Lemmy as he rocks on stage, hangs out backstage with Metallica, holds court at his favorite haunt, The Rainbow in Hollywood, and shows his packed-to-the-rafters-with-memorabilia, closet-of-an-apartment in Los Angeles. It’s Lemmy, face moles and all.
‘Lemmy’ will be available on DVD beginning Feb. 15.