Todd Singerman

Manager at Motorhead

4446 West 169Th Street, Lawndale, California, United States
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Last Updated 5/18/2017

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"We are delighted to see Lemmy remembered so excellently from his younger years," says Motorhead manager Todd Singerman.

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The truth about Lemmy told by MOTORHEAD's manager Todd Singerman -

The truth about Lemmy told by MOTORHEAD's manager Todd Singerman
The band's longtime manager Todd Singerman has revealed toThe true about Lemmy told by Motorhead's manager Todd Singerman Sky News that Lemmy went to hospital two days after his 70th- birthday party at the Whisky A Go Go club in Hollywood, California on December 13 because he wasn't feeling well. Although his doctors initially said he was fine, they decided to do a brain scan before releasing him because "his speech was seeming a little odd. We wanted to see if maybe he had a minor stroke. The scan uncovered tumors in Lemmy's brain and neck. Singerman told Sky News on the 28th of december: "Nobody had any idea, we just learned Saturday, two days ago, that he even had cancer, and the doctor told him he had between two to six months to live. He died today as I was making calls to his bandmates Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee, telling them to come on out so they could have a last goodbye while he was still upbeat and everything. He was feeling mighty low... He wasn't expected to die like that." Singerman added: "Lemmy gets home from tour, we have a big birthday party for him at the Whisky A Go Go. Singerman initially wanted to keep the diagnosis private and announce only that Lemmy was gravely ill and needed to be left alone. "He was like, 'No, no. You go ahead and put out a press release," the manager told "I want people to know it was cancer. It's a bad thing and they should know it.' That's how he felt." Despite Lemmy's well-documented health issues over the last two years, Singerman said the cancer diagnosis "caught everyone by surprise. Cancer was the last thing we thought he would ever have. When you think about it, he has been to every doctor and hospital around the world and nobody caught that... That comes as a massive shock." Singerman said Lemmy's lifestyle was unlike that of any other rocker. He said: "I've been with him almost 25 years, and it was a half gallon of Jack Daniels a day, two-three packs of cigarettes and his other little favorites and that was a daily thing.

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Lemmy Kilmister Roxy Mural Overlooks Lemmy's Lounge

Motorhead manager Todd Singerman, said "This is for the fans.
Lemmy would always say, at every show, 'We are Motörhead, and we play rock 'n' roll. Don't forget us.' That's my job now. To that end, the statue and mural appear to be only the beginning of a series of plans to honor the band and its beloved frontman. Singerman's current efforts include working on opening another Lemmy's Lounge as well as a museum dedicated to the group. The Lemmy statue was unveiled on Aug. 24 at the Rainbow in Los Angeles during a ceremony that included the Rainbow's Maglieri family, artist Travis Moore, Lemmy's longtime girlfriend Cheryl, Motorhead manager Todd Singerman and Wendy Dio, whose Stand Up & Shout Cancer Fund received some of the excess funds raised when fans sought to fund the creation of the statue.

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