A Wayward Word's Worth

June 22, 2011

A Different Kind Of Anvil

Filed under: Uncategorized — kylelawrence @ 1:28 am

Steve ‘Lips’ Kudlow has always kept the faith, avoided temptation and forgiven any trespasses. By Kyle Mullin for Edmonton’s SEE Magazine, Thursday May 26 2011

Steve ‘Lips’ Kudlow looked past his friend’s swastika emblazed sleeves, dark cowboy hat, and the wart on his cheek, meeting that fiery gaze dead on — only to turn the devil down.

Lemmy, the infamous whiskey soaked banshee bassist, towered over Lips like a speed metal rendition of the crossroads demon that grants delta bluesmen virtuosity. But the Motorhead front man was offering so much more — pure absolution from years of playing empty rooms.

Lips could’ve left his own band then and there to become a rock deity — he simply chose not to.




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