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Last night was simply incredible. Thanks for having me back @thehotelcafe! @raybergstrom and @maxrichguitar continue to blow me away and I’m so honored to get to share the stage with them and their luscious locks. 🤩 What truly made the night special, and really what makes every performance a gift, is having those I love most in the room, sharing the experience with me. Whether I’m playing to a room of ten people or maybe one day to thousands, looking out and seeing those who fill my Heart will always be, and always has been, the part I’m most grateful for. If this all went away tomorrow, the performances, the recording, the producing, the acting, I would be surrounded by Love and to me, that is what this Life is truly about. I have the most loving family and friends to come home to at the end of it all and, I mean, wow. How much luckier can a girl get? Thank you to all that shared the night with me and thank you to all who sent their support from afar. I love you all dearly. 💜
And then there were none. With the death of “Fast” Eddie Clarke, from pneumonia, at the age of 67, all three of the members of Motörhead’s greatest lineup have gone. Mr. EDDIE CLARKE (Edward Allan Clarke (born 5 October 1950 -- 10 January 2018) better known as "Fast" Eddie Clarke, was a British guitarist who was a member of heavy metal bands Fastway and MOTÖRHEAD. Clarke began playing guitar at the age of fifteen. Clarke joined Motörhead in 1976, the threesome (Lemmy, Clarke, and Phil Taylor) are considered the classic Motörhead line-up and have the "Motörhead", "Overkill", "Ace of Spades", "Bomber", "No Sleep 'til Hammersmith" and "Iron Fist" albums plus a string of hit singles to their credit. Clarke's last gig with Motörhead took place at the New York Palladium on 14 May 1982. Another cameo from Clarke on a later Motörhead album was on 2000s Live at Brixton Academy, released in 2003, on which the band featured many guest appearances from other guitarists, of which he was one, playing on the songs "No Class", "The Chase Is Better Than the Catch" and "Overkill". Hearing that UFO bassist Pete Way was keen to leave that band, the two met and decided their new band's name would be an amalgamation of their own two names, resulting in Fastway. Clarke released a solo album, "It Ain't Over Till It's Over"(1994), which blends Motörhead and Fastway styles. In 2014, Clarke went back to his blues roots and released a new studio album through Secret Records. 'Make My Day – Back To Blues' is a collaboration between Clarke and the keyboardist from Shakatak, Bill Sharpe. Clarke reunited with Lemmy on 6 November 2014 at National Indoor Arena in Birmingham to play Motörhead classic "Ace of Spades".
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Es domingo pero en Headbanger no queremos parar. Apostando siempre por el material hecho a mano e intentando implicarnos al máximo con lo que se fabrica en España. Hoy es el turno de esta marca afincada en Plasencia (Extremadura) @durancustomsteel con este modelo LP. Más info: https://www.headbangerstore.com/producto/duran-custom-l/ #durancustomsteelguitars#lespaul#headbangerrareguitars#electricguitar#madrid