He saw the Beatles perform when he was sixteen, learning to play along on guitar to their first album: Please Please Me. Ian Fraser Kilmister was born into a December day, 1945 in Stoke-on-Trent and growing up between there and later Anglesey, he was influenced by early works of the Beatles. Better known as LEMMY, was an English singer songwriter who founded the rock band Motörhead’s, which success peaked in 1981 (with the hit single “Ace of Spades”). He continued to tour with Motörhead until his death in December 2015.
At the age of 17, LEMMY met a holidaying girl, followed her until she gave birth to his son. In a Channel 4 documentary, it was claimed that he had “bedded” in excess of 2,000 women. He was well known for his alcohol abuse, drinking a bottle of Jack Daniel’s every day (and had done so since he was 30 years old). About drugues, he sayd “I’ve tried them all – except heroin and morphine: I’ve never injected anything”. On December 2015 (four days after his 70th birthday), he died at his apartment in Los Angeles.
RUN RUDOLPH RUN – Out of all the reindeer, you know you are the mastermind. Run, run Rudolph, Randalph is not too far behind. Run, run Rudolph, Santa has to make it to town. Randalph he can hurry, he can take the freeway down and away went Rudolph a whizzing like a merry-go-round. Said Santa to a boy child “What have you been longing for?” “All I want for Christmas is a Rock and Roll electric guitar” and away went Rudolph a whizzing like a shooting star. Run, run Rudolph, Santa has to make it to town. Can’t you make him hurry; tell him he can take the freeway down and away.
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