Motörhead’s Phil Campbell Says Lemmy Tribute Concert Would Have To Be ‘Done Right’

Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell recently spoke with Eddie Trunk on SiriusXM and shared that he, along with his colleague Mikkey Dee, have decided they will not perform a tribute concert for the band’s late frontman Lemmy Kilmister unless it could be “done right.”

“Yeah, we’ve been thinking about it for a long time, but we wanna make sure it’s done right,” said Campbell. “People are gonna have to rehearse, and we don’t want too many people, and everyone coming on and saying, ‘Yeah, I know ‘Ace of Spades,” and then singing the first verse twice. Stuff like that’s happened to me before.”

Kilmister, who was one of the founding members of the band, passed away in December of 2015, just days after being diagnosed with incurable cancer.

“But one day, we’d like to do something really spectacular. It’s gotta be done,” Campbell added.

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