MOTÖRHEAD's LEMMY Joins HAWKWIND On Stage At RUISROCK Festival: Photos Available

July 12, 2004

MOTÖRHEAD's Lemmy Kilmister and MONSTER MAGNET's Phil Caivano were the special guests during HAWKWIND's set at Ruisrock festival in Turku, Finland this past Saturday (July 10). Check out pictures from Sonera Plaza (all photos by Timo Isoaho). Other bands that performed during the two-day event (July 10-11) included MOTÖRHEAD, MONSTER MAGNET, BACKYARD BABIES, HANOI ROCKS, THE 69 EYES, TURBONEGRO, NEGATIVE, DIABLO and SUBURBAN TRIBE.

Lemmy was a member of HAWKWIND between 1971 and 1975 as the group's bassist. Once he set about forming a new band, he called it MOTÖRHEAD, naming it after the last song he wrote for HAWKWIND.

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