The last-place surviving member of the British boulder bands best-known lineup died after contracting pneumonia
Motorhead guitarist ” Fast ” Eddie Clarke has died at persons under the age of 67.
His death was announced on Motorhead’s Facebook page. According to the affix, Clarke expired peacefully in infirmary after suffered by pneumonia.
The musician, born Edward Allan Clarke in Twickenham in 1950, joined Motorhead in 1976. Along with drummer Phil Taylor and frontman Lemmy, he is considered to have been part of the best-known Motorhead lineup. The trio released their self-titled introduction album in 1977 and raised pops including Ace of Spades. Clarke also supplied lead vocals on several Motorhead roads.
Clarke left the band in 1982 and was replaced by Thin Lizzy guitarist Brian Robertson. Clarke subsequently structured the cliff strap Fastway with UFO bassist Pete Way. The band liberated seven albums and toured with AC/ DC.
In later years, Clarke reunited with his Motorhead bandmates. In 2000, he made a guest expression at their 25 th anniversary concert at Brixton Academy, London. He too participated Lemmy in 2014 to play Ace of Spades during a Birmingham Arena show.
Clarke was the last enduring member of the “classic” Motorhead lineup. Phil Taylor lived of liver failure in November 2015, and Lemmy resisted to cancer the following month.