The memorial to honor Lemmy was a star studded affair, as everyone from Dave Grohl to Lars Ulrich turned out to pay their final respects to the late Motorhead frontman in a ceremony at the Los Angeles’ Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery
Paul Kilmister, Lemmy’s son, was the first to speak. Donning a skull and crossbones hat much like his father, he described Lemmy as a man who didn’t have a stage persona.
He was “Lemmy” all the time. “To me as a child, he was an enigma,” stated the younger Kilmister. “They say you can’t choose your parents. Well I won the lottery when I got Lemmy … You were perfect, my one and only rock and roll daddy.” Read the full story courtesy of Loudwire here.