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Motörhead play rock'n'roll at the Rockhal
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Motörhead play rock'n'roll at the Rockhal

24.06.2015 From our online archive
UK rock band Motörhead on Tuesday stopped by the Luxembourg Rockhal for a sold-out concert that left many fans wanting more.

(CS/gs) UK rock band Motörhead on Tuesday stopped by the Luxembourg Rockhal for a sold-out concert that left many fans wanting more.

“We are Motörhead and we play rock'n'roll” has long been the band's motto, which they proclaim at their concerts around the world.

In Luxembourg, however, it was only a quick hour of rock'n'roll that fans were able to enjoy, with a set list of 14 songs played by the group around frontman Lemmy Kilmister. Aged 69, it appeared that the rock'n'roll lifestyle has in the meantime left its mark on Kilmister who appeared somewhat less in shape than his fellow and younger band members Phil Campbell (guitar) and Mikkey Dee (drums).

Far from being disappointed, fans showed their appreciation for the fact that Kilmister still takes it upon himself to tour the globe and keep Motörhead going. Many of them will surely be back next time around.