DORO pays tribute to Lemmy with new video

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pays tribute to Lemmy with new video ‘It Still Hurts’!
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A year ago to the day, MOTÖRHEAD fronter and rock legend Lemmy Kilmister passed away and his death marked the end of an era of sex, drugs and rock’n’roll. While fans all over the world raise their Jacky Coke-glasses today to honour him, metalqueen DORO came up with a special idea to celebrate the life and legacy of her colleague, but also very close friend Lemmy. In this new video to the song ‘It Still Hurts’ that she recorded with him in 2012, you can find the clip footage and many pictures of several decades from both metal legends working together and sharing the spirit of heavy music:
DORO‘s official statement about this new clip:
“It’s been axactly one year since the world of rock lost on of its greatest
characters – and one of my best friends. Lemmy Kilmister. One year and we miss him so much. Therefore it was our great wish to release this video with a compilation of our greatest moments that we had together. Here it is. In memory of Lemmy, one of the greatest rock’n’roll heroes!
It still hurts!
R.I.P., my dear friend – we love you.”
If you are sick of the sad year 2016 and look for new ways to celebrate life in 2017, mark your calendars to see DORO in concert on one of the following dates:
23. – 29.07.     SLO      Tolmin – Metaldays
12.08.             D         Hanau – Hanau Rocks
11. – 13.08.     B         Kortrijk – Alcatraz
24. –
26.08.     D         Schleswig – Baltic Open Air
08./09.12.       D         Oberhausen – Ruhrpott Metal Meeting
And don’t miss the metalqueen on the German TV show “Ultimative Chartshow” on RTL where she teamed up with AVANTASIA mastermind Tobias Sammet to talk about “The most successful one hit wonders ever” and “The most successful radio hits of all time”. Watch the two episodes on New Year’s Eve and in January:
31.12.2016, 08.15 pm, RTL
06.01.2017, 08:15 pm, RTL
Get your copy of DORO’s »Strong And Proud – 30 Years Of Rock And Metal« here:
Or you can order the digital version:
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When my old buddy Kenn Jensen asked me if I wanted to contribute to the new site he had created, then called, I didn't hesitate. My love for metal music was and is great. I wrote my first review during the summer of 2004 (Moonspell's 'Antidote' album). In 2015, I took over the editor-in-chief role, and held that position until January 2017, where I decided to focus only on live reviews.

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