Revolver TV has uploaded a short interview with MOTÖRHEAD's Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister conducted by Full Metal Jackie at the first annual Epiphone Revolver Golden Gods Awards, which was held on April 7 at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles. Watch the two-minute chat below.

As previously reported, Lemmy will join The Fuel Girls for the first few days of the 11th annual Gumball 3000 rally, the world-famous celebrity rally which has previously taken place in Europe, Thailand and China. This year, the rally, called "Coast to Coast," will take place in the U.S. from May 1 through 8, 2009, with Jay Leno dropping the start line flag at the Santa Monica Pier.

The Fuel Girls know Lemmy through performing with MOTÖRHEAD on some of their European gigs, and asked him to join them. "I can't think of a better way to spend a couple of days than going to Las Vegas with The Fuel Girls," said the rocker.

Lemmy and The Fuel Girls will depart on Saturday, May 2, and drive through the various checkpoints onto Las Vegas on Saturday, where the party Saturday night will be at the Hard Rock Hotel (The Joint 2), kicking off with a live performance by THE CULT.


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