The Motörcast is the official podcast series celebrating the 40th anniversary of Motörhead’s seminal, Ace Of Spades album. Marvel at the warts and all stories of life on the road, behind the scenes, in the studio and more importantly, down the pub. Subscribe now to hear all these tales of rock n’roll excess from the people who were in the midst of the Motör-machine at the time. Presented by Howard H Smith.
Tony Mottram is one of the most renowned rock photographers around. Tony Mottram is one of the most renowned rock photographers around. . He photographed Motörhead from very early on in their career and is also an obsessive fan himself. He has a great story or five to tell!
The House Mate
Longtime friend of Lem and Motörhead, Simon Sessler also spent time as an occupant of their home in Kensal Rise. Here, he shares some tales that don’t break ‘the code’ from his time in ‘Head HQ and his long lasting friendship with the man himself.
The Headgirl Pt.2
Girlschool vocalist and bassist, Enid Williams was a founder member of the band back in ’78. Enid is a wealth of insight into the orbit of Lemmy, Philthy and Fast Eddie during those heady days for the trio. Presented by Howard H Smith.
The Super Fan
The moment that a young Robert Kiewik first clapped eyes on Motörhead at the Lochem Pop festival in his native Holland in 1980, he was hooked for life. Here he shares his experiences of being a fan of the loudest band in the world for four decades. Presented by Howard H Smith.
The Graphic Designer
Designer extraordinaire and TV presenter, Steve ‘Krusher’ Joule was instrumental in contributing to the Motörhead aesthetic over the years. As the graphic layout artworker on all their tour programmes, from their debut through to Another Perfect Day.
The Support Band
NWOBHM quartet, Weapon supported the mighty Motörhead across the length and breadth of the UK on their huge, Ace Up Your Sleeve tour in 1980. Front man Danny Hynes recounts his tales from the road of what it was like to support the most exciting rock band on the planet.
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This was a was a fantastic way to get a podcast going. Looking foward to more episodes \m/
Nothing up my sleeve.
Legends never die. Even when they are killed by death. ♠️🤘