Lemmy Motorhead Frontman`s memorial service had live-streaming

Washington, D.C, Jan. 10 (ANI): Scores of fans gathered for Motorhead frontman Lemmy’s memorial service yesterday at Forest Lawn in Hollywood.

A live-stream was done with almost 2,50,000 viewers broadcast of the event for the rock star’s fans around the world, reports TMZ.com.

The British rock star’s son, friends, Triple H, band mate Mikkey Dee and producer Bob Kulick spoke about some of their favorite memories with Lemmy.

Lemmy, born as Ian Fraser Kilmister in Burslem, died on December 28 at the age of 70, just two days after discovering he had an “extremely aggressive cancer”.

A photograph of the deceased rock-star was on display at the service chapel, together with a bank of speakers; a custom made urn replicating his signature hat was even there made by Foreverence. (ANI)

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