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Season 2 of "AC/DC Beyond The Thunder" podcast kicks off with a posthumous interview with legendary frontman of Motörhead, Lemmy Kilmister. AC/DC Beyond The Thunder the podcast where extraordinary fans salute the extraordinary band AC/DC.

Season 2 of "AC/DC Beyond The Thunder" podcast kicks off with a posthumous interview with legendary frontman of Motörhead, Lemmy Kilmister. AC/DC Beyond The Thunder the podcast where extraordinary fans salute the extraordinary band AC/DC.

The interview was recorded in 2015, this has never before been heard. Lemmy tells a story about when he tried to impress his date bringing her backstage to an AC/DC gig with Bon Scott.  

Lemmy says "AC/DC are a rock and roll band; they're like us, We don't play metal. AC/DC don't play metal. We're like birds of a feather. We played a little faster than them"

When speaking about seeing AC/DC live Lemmy recalled  “I went to see them at a pub – I saw the Sex Pistols there as well – The Nashville in West Kensington. It’s called the Famous 3 Kings now – that was a great place and everybody played there. They were over from Australia for a tour and Bon Scott did the running round the boozer with Angus Young on his shoulders. It was obvious they were going to be huge.”

Lemmy added “They were over from Australia for a tour and Bon Scott did the running round the boozer with Angus Young on his shoulders. It was obvious they were going to be huge.”

Lemmy was asked if he met the legendary frontman Bon Scott, Lemmy responded with they never had a "decent conversation" together but he recalled his memories of Bon Scott:

“We did about three shows supporting them – that was in the early days of Motörhead, and [Bon Scott] just looked it knackered all the time because he would give it everything in the show.”

The AC/DC Beyond The Thunder podcast kicked off Season 1 last year and featured well known musicians, actors, authors, comedians and even members of AC/DC talking about the band. Season 1 features Slash, comedian Jim Breuer, Dweezil Zappa and AC/DC drummer Chris Slade.

 

Checkout the podcast episode below

By Rodney Agha

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