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Overseen by Motorhead's manager Todd Singerman, a [...]
The funeral service, which was held ...
The funeral service, which was held at Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, began with an introduction by Motorhead's manager Todd Singerman, and a photograph of the band was on display at the chapel alongside a set of speakers, Lemmy's boots and an urn shaped like the rocker's brimmed hat.
was one of the last true rock stars left, this guy lived it every day, he
was one of the kindest men I ever met - he
was the people's man."
Motorhead's manager, ...
Motorhead's manager, Todd Singerman was quoted as saying..."He (Lemmy) gets home (from tour), we have a big birthday party for him at the Whisky A Go Go.
His friends came down and played.
Two days later I could tell he wasn't feeling good so we took him to the hospital, they release him, then after the brain scan they found the cancer in his brain and his neck...
The doctor comes with the result a couple of days later and says... it's terminal."
During his diagnosis, the doctor added that Lemmy had between 2 and 6 months to live.
It is reported that Todd planned to keep the news of Lemmy's illness private until his passing, but Lemmy urged Todd to break the news early this year, but Lemmy would pass away before an official press release could be drafted.
MOTÖRHEAD's manager, ...
MOTÖRHEAD's manager, Todd Singerman, told Rolling Stone that Lemmy was diagnosed with terminal cancer of the brain and neck just a few days before his death.
He was given two to six months to live.
and members of the band's organization had noticed in recent days that Lemmy
was having trouble speaking and seemed completely exhausted.
Motorhead's manager Todd ...
Motorhead's manager Todd Singerman revealed the band's guitarist, Phil Campbell, could not make the memorial service, but had sent his own token of remembrance.
[Campbell] made sure there's a line down there and that's supposed to be speed for Lemmy, he
made sure he
had a mirror and the whole bit so ... do it up Lem."