The Rock n’ Roll world has lost a legend. Yes, this episode of The Full Circle had to pay tribute to a soldier that never wanted to give way to the battle he was enduring. Okay, that sounded pretty cliché, but what isn’t cliché is Lemmy passion for “Rock n’ Roll music” that led him to be a fierce warrior for the 40 years he was the lead man for Motörhead, and also his years with the space metal band Hawkwind previous to Motörhead. Lemmy Kilmister was a true legend that many hard rock and heavy metal figures we all know have looked up to and have shared his mean and gruesome fight for doing what you want to do and not what someone tells you to do. Lots of those hard rock and heavy metal figures shared their condolences for Lemmy, one of which (I know he seems to be talked about a lot on this show) was Slipknot and Stone Sour lead singer Corey Taylor. Knowingly, with his new book “You’re Making Me Hate You” (which I am currently reading!!), he gave a pure taste for how Lemmy shaped himself as a person and not just a heavy metal fan in his memorium he posted online for The Guardian, “A lot of people are going to talk about what a tragedy it is that our friend Lemmy died, and lament how sad it is. But I am going to talk about this: the man lived. He lived his life on his terms right up until the day he died. He played the music he loved. He never compromised, on style or volume. If there was ever a man who took no s***, prisoners or safe routes, it was Lemmy Kilmister. He was everything you wanted him to be: raw, loud, rude, funny and ready to play for his fans – which he did even when he had trouble getting on stage.” Lemmy had it all when it comes to rockstars, and he’ll still be playing those bass chords on his infamous bass guitar in the afterlife, so rest in peace Lemmy... I know you will. I also briefly talked about Mötley Crüe’s last gig, Axl Rose’s attempts to bring the classic GNR lineup back together, and Zakk Wylde’s thoughts on Black Label Society’s vulnerability on tour after the attack at the Bataclan Theater in Paris. Then I talked to some people in my new segment “Talkin To People”! I hope you had a nice, happy, and safe new year celebration! I’ll see you next Saturday, January 16 for Episode 23!