The rock-n-roll circle that what comprised the classic, down and dirty trio of Motörhead is complete again. Not on this earth but on some plane where Marshall stacks reach higher than the heavens and all squares run away and covering their ears. Fast Eddie Clarke was brought into the Motörhead fold in March of 1976 as the 2nd guitarist. Show More Summary
'Fast' Eddie Clarke, guitarist for Motörhead during their best years, has died at 67 while in the hospital with pneumonia. With his death preceded in 2015 by Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor and Lemmy Kilmister, the classic Motörhead lineup is now gone. Show More Summary
From Motörhead’s Facebook: We are devastated to pass on the news we only just heard ourselves earlier tonight…Edward Allan Clarke - or as we all know and love him Fast Eddie Clarke - passed away peacefully yesterday. Ted Carroll (who...Show More Summary
He performed on some of its biggest hits, including “Ace of Spades.”
“Fast” Eddie Clark, the original lead guitarist of the British heavy metal rock band Motorhead and the last surviving member of the power trio’s original lineup, has died while being treated for pneumonia. He was 67. Motorhead announced on Facebook that Clarke had died Wednesday in a hospital....
Motörhead guitarist “Fast” Eddie Clarke died Wednesday at the age of 67 on Wednesday after being admitted to the hospital for pneumonia, the band reported on its official Facebook page. Also Read:Jonghyun, Member of K-Pop Group SHINee, Dies at 27 Also Read:Pat DiNizio, The Smithereens Lead Singer, Dies at 62 Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Sad news out of the music world today, as multiple sources have confirmed the death of Fast Eddie Clarke, beloved guitarist of the iconic rock group Motörhead. Clarke was the last surviving member of what's regarded by fans as the band's...Show More Summary
The last surviving member of Motorhead’s original line-up, Eddie Clarke has died.
He was the last surviving member of the band’s classic lineup
“Fast” Eddie Clarke, who was the last surviving member of Motorhead’s most successful lineup, has died aged 67 after a battle with pneumonia. The announcement was made on the rock band’s official Facebook page Thursday morning....
The last surviving member of Motorhead's classic lineup has passed away after being hospitalized with pneumonia. He was 67. Continue reading…
Motorhead guitarist Eddie Clarke, who was known as “Fast Eddie,” has passed away at the age of 67. The announcement was made on Facebook, and passed along by the official Motorhead Facebook group page. “We are devastated to pass on the news we only just heard ourselves earlier tonight…Edward Allan Clarke – or as we [...]
Motorhead guitarist Eddie Clarke is dead. Clarke, who went by "Fast Eddie," died peacefully after fighting pneumonia. He was the last of the OGs from the band. Motorhead frontman Lemmy (aka Ian Kilmister) and bandmate Phil Taylor died 2 years ago.…
He was the last surviving member of Motorhead's classic lineup.
Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor, who played drums on Motörhead's iconic early catalog, has died. Guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke, who played in the same lineup with Taylor, announced the news on Facebook claiming the drummer had been suffering from an unspecified illness "for some time." Taylor was 61. Although he was not...
Chrysalis Records1983Waysted are a hard rock/heavy metal band that was formed by UFO bassist Pete Way after briefly playing with former Motorhead guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke in Fastway. After leaving UFO over creative differences Pete Way had hoped to play with Fastway but was unable to since he was still under contract with Chrysalis Records. Show More Summary
Steamhammer/SPV2011For those of you might not know Fastway is a British hard rock/heavy metal band that was formed in 1982 by guitarist, "Fast" Eddie Clarke, formerly of Motörhead, and bassist, Pete Way, formerly of UFO. Both men had grown tired of their previous bands and were looking to start fresh with a new project. Show More Summary