MOTORHEAD fans get ready for a banger concert release out today and you can start falling in love with it at any time, hell even might make you feel like you’re already there watching. Come celebrate the release of Motörhead’s seminal performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2007, the festival is hosting an exclusive, free album playback and Q&A as part of its 2023 events program. The Motörhead event will be held at 8.30pm on Sunday 2nd of July at La Bibliotèque @Lake House in Montreux, Switzerland and will be hosted by Pierre-Philippe Cadert (RTS) with guests Steffan Chirazi (Singerman Entertainment), Ute Kromrey (Promötor) and historical photography by Joseph Carlucci.

Recorded during the band’s ‘Kiss Of Death’ tour at the legendary Auditorium Stravinski on 7th July during the 2007 edition of the world renowned, Montreux Jazz Festival this show is such a tremendous statement of just how potent and perfect a trio Lemmy, Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee were, with not just one of the more diverse set-lists of their decades together, but individual performances which prove how top of the tree each was in their own class. The set also includes the first official release of their cover of Thin Lizzy’s ‘Rosalie’!

Motörhead, Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival ’07 will be released on double LP, double CD and digital.



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A little something about MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL:

Montreux Jazz Festival is a renowned music festival created by Claude Nobs and held annually in Montreux, Switzerland across two weeks in July. Now in its 55th year, the festival draws 250,000 music lovers from all across the world to the Lake Geneva shoreline. Montreux Jazz Festival celebrates the industry’s emerging and contemporary acts, whilst paying homage to music’s legendary acts. Originally a pure jazz festival since inception in 1967, Montreux began showcasing other styles of music throughout the decades and today presents artists from across every genre imaginable. Artists that have graced the stage of Montreux include Etta James, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Ms Lauren Hill, Aretha Franklin, David Bowie, James Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Leonard Cohen, Marvin Gaye, Miles Davis, Nina Simone and many more. Mathieu Jaton serves as CEO of Montreux Jazz

Photo Credit: Lionel Flusin