Motley Crue revived the ghost of Guns N’ Roses past in Utah this week as they kept their fans waiting outside the auditorium for three long hours before the wrinkled rockers took to the stage and did what they do best. Flamboyant peacock...Show More Summary
Motley Crue had something to do with it. But probably not for the reason you've heard.
When Nikki Sixx calls into Rolling Stone, he's gearing up for the kickoff of another round of North American dates as part of Mötley Crüe's extensive Final Tour farewell jaunt. And with the first show of this newest leg scheduled for Thursday night in Anchorage, Alaska, the bassist has important things...
Dennis Hof’s raunchy Nevada Bunny Ranch brothel has had some high-profile clients, including Motley Crue rocker Vince Neil and other unnamed Hollywood play boys. But according to the owner’s new… READ ON
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Damn Dice is a somewhat new hard & heavy quartet from London that has slowly, but surely made the move from hometown heroes to national treasures. This rock-steady four-piece cites bands as diverse as Mötley Crüe and Judas Priest as it's influences and just last week I covered the group's excellent full-length album, "The Great Unknown". Show More Summary
Dig out your best purple blazer. Turn up Mötley Crüe on the radio. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is back - in GTA5. Rockstar's neon-drenched '80s open world has been modded into the Grand Theft Auto 5 engine. It's still a work-in-progress, and Vice City's flat textures are far from perfect. Read more…
Everything okay Tommy? The Motley Crue drummer looked worse for wear as he stepped out in Adelaide with fiancée Sofia Toufa.… READ ON
Photo by Peter Ashworth There are many cultural hallmarks that apply to the decade between 1970 and 1990—Reagan, perestroika, the Berlin Wall, The Breakfast Club, Michael Jackson, Mötley Crüe, acid-washed jeans. If we're being honest...Show More Summary
Los Angeles based band, Motley Crue, was asked about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Rolling Stone Magazine, and their comments of course is news to us. After all, that is what we do here at Notinhalloffame.com! Below are some of the comments from the band regarding the Rock Hall: From Guitarist, Mick Mars: “Honestly, I don't think it'll happen. Show More Summary
When Mötley Crüe announced they would embark on their Final Tour, all four Crüe members punctuated the January 2014 announcement by signing a legally binding Cessation of Touring Agreement, stipulating that their lengthy run of farewell concerts would not last beyond 2015. Now that the end of the line is starting to...
Mötley Crüe says this tour is it. After going on a massive All Bad Things Must Come To An End tour, vocalist Vince Neil, bassist Nikki Sixx, drummer Tommy Lee and guitarist Mick Mars say they’re done with life on the road for good.
Hard rock fans have already emotionally prepared for Mötley Crüe's dissolution as a touring act. Now they'll get one last chance for a valediction in black leather.
Never ones to go gently into that good night, Mötley Crüe have announced the addition of 21 new North American dates to their already extensive farewell run. The new shows, scheduled for October and December, will see the legendary hard rock band hitting smaller markets like Little Rock, Ark. and Lincoln, Neb....
Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil owns an Arena Football League franchise, and his Las Vegas Outlaws earned their first win ever with a 70-53 victory against Arizona last night. ESPN’s cameras couldn’t keep away from ol’ Vince, and here’s a supercut of his emotions as the game progressed—set to the obvious music. Read more...
Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil absolutely mangled the national anthem at a Las Vegas football game recently.
From our friends at The Daily Dot.First things first, who starts the national anthem with "here we go?" And even if we try to ignore that mishap, what's even going on here?For your enjoyment, here'sMotley Cree frontman Vince Neil botching America's proudest song before the Las Vegas Outlaws' first-ever Arena League game Monday (March 31). Show More Summary
There’s nothing quite so embarrassing as watching an aging rock star annihilate a song before an audience of thousands. Motley Crue’s Vince Neil just did that to the National Anthem at a football game in Vegas Monday, and the footage is epic. Show More Summary
Oh say did you see this yet? Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil performed the National Anthem at the United States Football League's Las Vegas Outlaws game on Tuesday, and it was… let's say "a little pitchy, dawg." But while the singing was a bit off, the experience was unforgettable!! [ Related: ?Idina Menzel's Rendition Of The National Anthem [...]
He shouted out “Here we go” and it all went downhill from there.