Doctors Tell Lemmy From Motorhead It's Time To Quit
The veteran frontman disappeared 35 minutes into what was supposed to be a 70-minute show, still suffering after-effects from a haematoma which forced the band to cancel several European gigs last month.
BraveWords say Lemmy admitted to the fans at the music festival that the experts had advised him to quit, but he added: "We'll have to see about that."
His friend Slash visited him yesterday and later tweeted: "He's doing well. There's been a lot of rumours but he's in good shape, and finishing Motorhead record now." Black Sabbath Tony Iommi also addressed Lemmy's health.
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