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Dave Grohl gets ace of spades tattoo to honor Motorhead's Lemmy's recent death
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Rock Legend Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister's untimely passing on Tuesday has everyone still reeling. The fact that it was just mere days after doctors discovered his aggressive cancer, and less than a month after wrapping up Motorhead's European Tour. The band has declared without Lemmy there is no future for Motorhead, but that he will live in on in everyone's memories.

Beloved by many, two of the most touching tributes have come from a post by Alice Cooper, and Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl's 'Ace of Spades' tattoo.

Lemmy was truly a one-of-a-kind in rock 'n' roll. He was innovative, true to his art and continually relevant even...

Posted by Alice Cooper on Tuesday, December 29, 2015




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Aaron Purmort discovered he had a terminal brain tumor soon after he met his wife, Nora McInerny. Since the diagnosis, they have been sharing details of their struggle with the world through their blog myhusbandstumor.com.

And before he died, the couple decided to co-write his humorous and touching obituary, which was published over the weekend in the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Purmort, Aaron Joseph age 35, died peacefully at home on November 25 after complications from a radioactive spider bite that led to years of crime-fighting and a years long battle with a nefarious criminal named Cancer, who has plagued our society for far too long.

"I've never laughed and cried more in one sitting, but I'm so glad we got to do this," Nora wrote on the blog.

The end of the obit also states that he is survived by his "first wife Gwen Stefani," which Nora tweeted about following his death.

The family set up a crowdfunding page to raise money for medical costs and to help support his wife and child.

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From the video description:

Zach Sobiech is 17 years old and diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer that takes the lives of a large percent of its childhood victims. Given only months to live, Zach turned to music to say goodbye. His song "Clouds" spread, and soon, Zach's message was heard across the country. We wanted to help Zach spread his message, and bring awareness to increase support for finding a cure. So, we asked our friends to help out...they did.

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