Remaining members of Motörhead to reunite for Lemmy tribute gigs

“Fast” Eddie Clarke passed away last week

The last surviving members of Motörhead are set to reunite for a series of Lemmy tribute concerts.

The Motörhead frontman died on December 28, 2015 from congestive heart failure and cardiac arrhythmia. He had also been battling prostate cancer. He was 69 years of age.

“Fast” Eddie Clarke, the last surviving member of the original and best-known Motörhead line-up passed away last week on January 10, after suffering from pneumonia.

Guitarist Phil Campbell and drummer Mickey Dee are now set to reunite to play a series of special shows in honour of their late frontman. Campbell played in the band from1984 – 2015 while Dee was a member from 1992 – 2015.

“It’s just gonna be a few select shows,” guitarist Phil Campbell revealed in an interview with Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon. Campbell also revealed that he and drummer Mickey Dee will be accompanied on stage by a number of special guests. “We want to do something special,” he added.

Campbell said that details are still being worked out and there’s no word on the specifics of the shows yet. You can listen to the full interview below.

Last month, Lemmy‘s final solo recording was released nearly two years after his death. Approximately six months before his death, the metal icon collaborated with Chris Declercq on what would become his final solo recording, titled ‘We Are The Ones’.

In a statement given to the site, Declercq addressed Lemmy, saying: “You opened a door no one else wanted to open for me. You allowed me to share precious moments with you as a composer, musician, and friend. By helping me, you showed that you were the most generous, humble and honest man. I am honouring your gift every day and you are forever in my heart.”