LEMMY Performs 'God Save The Queen' With CAMP FREDDY; Video Available

MOTÖRHEAD bassist/vocalist Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister joined CAMP FREDDY onstage at the Paramount Studios backlot in Hollywood, California this past Monday night (September 29) for a rendition of the SEX PISTOLS classic "God Save the Squeen". Watch fan-filmed video footage of the performance below. A review of the concert can be found on ARTISTdirect.

As previously reported, Lemmy served as musical director for "Down And Dirty With Jim Norton", hosted by outrageous comedy star Jim Norton, which kicks off its four-edition run Friday, October 3 (12:00-12:30 a.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.
Taped at New Jersey's Bergen Performing Arts Center, the series spotlights new and established talent, including Artie Lange ("The Howard Stern Show"), Bill Burr (Chappelle's show), Patrice O'Neal ("Scary Movie 4") and the legendary Andrew Dice Clay.

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