Dee Snider is revealing that he was almost part of a memorial tour for Lemmy Kilmister with the remaining Motörhead members.
In a new interview, Snider said the band asked him to join them on the tour, but after the death of guitarist Fast Eddie in 2018, the memorial never happened.
Snider explained, “They were gonna use Mickey, and they were gonna use Phil and Fast Eddie. But then Fast Eddie died, and then it didn’t seem like you could do it. With Fast Eddie there somehow it was grounded in the classic lineup. There was a connection, and when he passed, it was like, ‘well that idea is out the window.’“
Check out Dee Snyder jamming with Motorhead here