LEMMY's Rockabilly Project To Release Live DVD

February 12, 2004

LEMMY, SLIM JIM & DANNY B., the rockabilly project featuring MOTÖRHEAD's Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, STRAY CATS' Slim Jim Phantom and THE ROCKATS' Danny B. Harvey, filmed their January 13 performance at The Cat Club in Hollywood, California for an upcoming DVD, due later in the year. Among the cover songs performed by the group during the concert were selections from CHUCK BERRY, LITTLE RICHARD, JERRY LEE LEWIS, BUDDY HOLLY, JIMMY REED, and ELVIS PRESLEY. Photos from the show can be viewed at this location.

LEMMY, SLIM JIM & DANNY B.'s debut CD, "Rock 'n' Roll Forever", was released in 2000 through SPV Records in Europe and Cleopatra Records in the U.S.

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