2 items from 2015
It has been a rough month for rock n’ roll.
Kilmister, who had continued touring right up until his death, had been having health issues for the better part of 2015, but refused to call it a day, despite being forced off stage and cancelling a number of shows. In true rock fashion, Lemmy refused to give up.
The rock legend – who notoriously claimed to have drank a bottle of Jack Daniels every day since turning thirty, and who recently stated he switched to vodka from whiskey “for his health” – was an icon in the business who also launched a Motörhead wine, played with Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters and appeared in the video for White Limo by the band.
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- Jay Anderson
The Monday Night Raw that takes place the evening after WrestleMania has become a must-see event in and of itself. Most of the crowd that attends Mania travel in from all over the world, and a good number of them stick around for the following night’s show. Known in some circles as “Smarkamania”, Raw consists of an audience that is primarily hardcore wrestling fans with a smattering of casuals as opposed to the inverse which is more the norm. Because of this, WWE usually books the show accordingly, catering to that segment of the fan base more so than usual.
Due to the large number of rabid wrestling fans all congregated in one part of town for the back-to-back shows the crowd at these Raws has been riotous and vocal in their support and participation. The trend really started the night after WrestleMania 29 in Brooklyn – a »
- Brad Hamilton
2 items from 2015
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