Lemmy’s Last Show: Footage Emerges of the Late Bassist’s Final Performance

A clip of Lemmy Kilmister and Motörhead performing “Overkill” at what would be their final show has emerged online, reports Ultimate Classic Rock, and you can see it below.
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A clip of Lemmy Kilmister and Motörhead performing “Overkill” at what would be their final show has emerged online, reports Ultimate Classic Rock, and you can see it below.

Shot in Berlin on December 11, the video shows Lemmy in full command as he hammers away at his bass and bellows the lyrics to the fan favorite, the title track from their second album.

The Berlin show was the last on the latest leg of Motörhead’s 40th anniversary tour. The tour was scheduled to continue in Europe in January. Kilmister died on Monday from an aggressive cancer in his brain and neck. Though he was originally given two to six months to live, he died just two days after receiving the prognosis.

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