Fans were able to watch the service at the Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery in LA via the band's Youtube channel.Read the full story ›
Motorhead frontman 'Lemmy' Kilmister is posthumously starring in an advert filmed less than a month before he died.Read the full story ›
The funeral of Motörhead frontman Lemmy will be streamed live via YouTube, the band has announcedRead the full story ›
The frontman of rock band Motorhead 'Lemmy' Kilmister, was diagnosed with an extremely aggressive form of cancer on Boxing Day and died just two days later at his home in Los Angeles.
Now fans of the Stoke-on-Trent-born superstar, have signed a petition calling for one of four newly discovered super-heavy elements, chemical number 118 in the periodic table, to be named "Lemmium".
The petition, set up by John Wright, a business support manager from York, states: "Heavy rock lost its most iconic figure over Christmas with the sudden and unexpected death of Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister.
It has already gained more than 12,000 supporters on the change.org website.
The Burslem-born rock star died aged 70.
As the music world pays tribute to 'Lemmy', the frontman of Motorhead, ITV News Central's archive holds memories of him too.
In 2006, Emily Knight reported on the band's sponsorship of a young football team from Lincoln, who changed their kit to match the band, and ran onto the pitch to 'Ace of Spades'.
'Lemmy' and the band met the children while preparing for gig at Nottingham's Rock City venue.
Motörhead frontman Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister has died aged 70, it has been confirmed.Read the full story ›
Birmingham's Fusion Festival will announce further acts for this year's event later on today.
So far, Justin Beiber, The Vamps and Ella Henderson are part of the lineup.
The festival takes place in August 28 - 30 at Cofton Park.
A Birmingham man who conned concert goers out of thousands of pounds to fund an expensive cocaine habit has been jailed for two years.Read the full story ›
Organisers of the Warwickshire dance festival Global Gathering say it will not be on next year.
The event, which has been running for 13 years at Long Marston Airfield near Stratford, will take a break in 2015.
Festival bosses say that they will spend the time revising the event to guarantee that it keeps it's place at 'the heart' of the dance music market.
Hundreds of people turned out to Rotunda Square by the Bullring in Birmingham city centre yesterday as pop singer Passenger performed an impromptu set.
It was the latest of his shows he is performing across the country to raise the profile of the Big Issue magazine and its vendors.
The singer, said: “The Big Issue is a wonderful thing, it helps so many people in different ways."
“I don’t need to play on the street with my guitar case out to try and live any more, so it’s the least I can do to try and help Big Issue vendors across the country.”