Friday, August 28, 2015

Motörhead forced to cancel Salt Lake City show due Lemmy Kilmister's health issues


Motörhead was forced to cancel the concert in Salt Lake City on August 27 after playing only four songs due to the fact that Lemmy Kilmister was not feeling well. He couldn't breathe and/or was experiencing severe back pain prior to stopping the show and leaving the stage.

Motörhead have released a statement for why the Salt Lake City concert was cut short: "The people are great, but the air is just too thin. The high altitude makes it difficult for breathing, and that's what happened with Lemmy tonight in Salt Lake City. He feels very bad to have cut the show short, but being that high up, he had some trouble breathing well. Lemmy appreciates everyone's concern. The fans always rally round!"