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Motley Crue Summer 2020 Studio Tour Will Push Through

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Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee said that the concert tours of the band will push through despite cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic.READ MORE

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Tommy Lee, Brittany Furlan Prank Fans With Fake Wedding Photo

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Tommy Lee posted photos of himself and Brittany Furlan this week standing before what looks like a wedding altar. The photos sparked rumors that the couple finally tied the knot in a surprise ceremony in Los Angeles.READ MORE

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Tommy Lee Claims 21-Year-Old Son Assaulted Him

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Tommy Lee said that his son Brandon knocked him out inside his home in Calabasas, California on Monday night. The incident happened after he criticized an interview of his ex-wife with Piers Morgan.READ MORE

Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars of Motley Crue attend the last ever European press conference on June 9, 2015 in London, England

Nikki Sixx Says Motley Crue Will Not Release Another Album Despite Vince Neil's Hints

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Nikki Sixx has denied that Motley Crue will be releasing another album, despite hints from fellow band member Vince Neil. In his opinion, the band creatively “came to a crawl” and officially announced their split in 2014.READ MORE

Vince Neil speaks at the Luxor Hotel and Casino on September 12, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Motley Crue's Vince Neil Will Perform at Donald Trump Inauguration in January

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Motley Crue’s Vince Neil has agreed to perform at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration this upcoming January (Jan. 20).READ MORE

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Mötley Crüe Drummer Tommy Lee Gets Stuck on Roller Coaster During Final Show

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Mötley Crüe's final performance on New Year's Eve was suppose to be a blow out show at Los Angeles' Staples Center, but the performance did not go quite as planned as drummer Tommy Lee found himself stuck and suspended upside down on a roller coaster.READ MORE

Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars of Motley Crue attend the last ever European press conference for Motley Crue at Law Society

Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx Talks 'Farewell Tour,' Band's FInal Show in Interview

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After a long, wild run, Motley Crue has reached the end. The rockers will play the final show of their 34-year career tonight at the Staples Center in the band's hometown of Los Angeles.READ MORE

 Bassist Nikki Sixx of Sixx:A.M. performs at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Nikki Sixx Talks Scott Weiland's Death, Drug Addiction on His 'Sixx Sense' Radio Show

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Nikki Sixx is just the latest artist to comment on the drug-related death of Scott Weiland, frontman of Velvet Revolver and former singer of the Stone Temple Pilots. On an episode of his 'Sixx Sense' radio show, he talks drug addiction and Weiland's death.READ MORE

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Van Halen 2015 North American Tour & Motley Crue, Alice Cooper 'The Final Tour' Tickets Soar

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1980s band Motley Crue will be touring on their "The Final Tour" until December, and tickets are averaging over $185 on the secondary market. To compare, another revival tour from this summer featuring 1970s group, Van Halen, will extend until October and is averaging $228 on the secondary market.READ MORE

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Canadian Politicians Use Nine Inch Nails' Logo for Alberta Campaign

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Musicians are rarely too excited to find out that their work is being used as part of a political campaign, as Neil Young demonstrated this week and we have a hunch Trent Reznor will demonstrate soon enough. A trio of Canadian politicians have taken the logo from Reznor's band, Nine Inch Nails, and placed it on merchandise for their respective campaigns.READ MORE

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Alice Cooper May Kill Mötley Crüe Onstage During Final Los Angeles Concert

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Motley Crue is taking all the steps necessary to ensure that it won't return after its final show on New Year's Eve, and that includes hiring Alice Cooper to kill them off, at least according to rumors.READ MORE

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Ranking PMRC's 'Filthy 15': Madonna, Prince and More Get Dirty

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Tipper Gore and a group of other (socially) conservative and influential women gathered 30 years ago to organize the PMRC (or Parents Music Research Center) after listening to the travesty that was Prince's "Darling Nikki." That organization has become the face of the censorship movement in the United States, ruining good album artwork and antagonizing Eminem, Marilyn Manson, Frank Zappa and others for three decades now. When it formed, the group issued a list titled the "Filthy 15," listing tracks that it considered especially repulsive. Music Times is ranking those first 15 songs in terms of potential for wrecking lives.READ MORE

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Mötley Crüe Release Final Song "All Bad Things" Along with Last North American Tour Dates [FULL SCHEDULE]

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Mötley Crüe recently announced the last leg of its Final Tour, which will kick off July in Oregon and come to an end with a homecoming gig in Los Angeles on New Year's Eve. Shock rocker Alice Cooper will support the hard rock act for most of the new dates. In celebration, the band also released its final single, "All Bad Things."READ MORE

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Mötley Crüe Biopic 'The Dirt' Moving Forward: Focus Features Picks Up Jeff Tremaine-Directed Film

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Although Mötley Crüe is currently on its final ride, the group's biopic based on the 2001 memoir The Dirt: The Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band recently found new life thanks to Focus Features. The production company snagged the film, which has Jackass mastermind Jeff Tremaine attached to direct with a script by Rich Wilkes (Airheads) and Tom Kapinos (Californication). The search for actors will begin soon.READ MORE

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Nikki Sixx's Sons Play Troubadour As Figs Vision Three Decades After Mötley Crüe

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More than three decades after Nikki Sixx played the Troubadour in Los Angeles with Mötley Crüe, the bassist's sons, Storm and Gunner, graced the venue's stage with their band Figs Vision. The proud papa took to Facebook Friday, Jan. 9, to support his boys, Ultimate Classic Rock notes. "Tonight I got to watch my sons band Figs Vision play the same venue I played 33 years ago this same month," he wrote. "They have a different sound and their own unique vibe which is what NEW music is all about...Thank you to the fan that tweeted me the picture and reminded me of this moment years ago. So much more could be said but I am sure you can imagine how cool this was." The Troubadour helped catapult Sixx and his bandmates to superstardom in the 1980s. The band has been on its Final Tour for awhile and they hope to come home to Los Angeles in 2016 for the last gig. Sixx discussed the thought of doing one more show with his band.READ MORE

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