In 1979, Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead and country singer Lynda Kay began recording a duet called "The Mask." Although some of the vocals and instruments were recorded at the time, the track was fully recorded. Recently, Kay finished the track and it will be part of her upcoming album, Black & Gold, which is out September 20, 2019. Check out "The Mask" below.
by John Gentile
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