If you feel like you fall short when it comes to home decorating, DIY, or easy beauty tips, look no further than Courtney Sixx for some guidance. Wife to famous Motley Crüe rocker Nikki Sixx, Courtney has certainly made a name for herself with her How2Girl brand. Show More Summary
History has been unkind to Motley Crue's one and only album featuring lead singer John Corabi, but it's a hard-rock masterpiece.
Vince Neil has found an unlikely musical partner, and it’s all for a good cause. Neil, the longtime frontman for ’80s hard rock band Motley Crue, teamed up with fellow ’80s superstar Boy George to write and record a jingle for Trident’s “Cherish Your Teeth” campaign as one of the tasks on the season premiere... Show More Summary
The Struts performed at the TLA in Philadelphia for a sold out show on Friday 12/16. Whether it’s opening for the likes of The Rolling Stones or Motley Crue, playing festivals or headlining their own shows, they have garnered fans of all ages along the way. Show More Summary
What do Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, music icon Elton John, and Mötley Crüe's Vince Neil have in common? At one point all were falsely rumored to perform at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration. The New York Times reports that the most-recent assumed performer, Bocelli, who Trump is a noted fan of, is ... More »
No, Elton John is not playing the Trump inauguration. Nor Motley Crue. Ted Nugent probably would and could, but currently is not. But, as Stereogum is reporting, Garth Brooks may be. Brooks, whose songs can now be procured along with your bag of chips, is allegedly in talks with Trump's ... More »
It’s been almost a year since Mötley Crüe ended their farewell tour. Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx have moved on to other projects while the dust settled over the grave of the band that began thirty-five years ago in a seedy section of Hollywood. Show More Summary
To celebrate the Nov. 25 release of the massive The End box set, we ranked all of the songs in Mötley Crüe’s studio output — minus the John Corabi ones.
Vince Neil is speaking out regarding the mix-up over his previously scheduled performance at the upcoming presidential inauguration in January. In an interview with TMZ, the former Motley Crue frontman said he was uninvited to play the high-profile gig after Donald Trump won the election. Show More Summary
Politics has deadened so many of our dreams these past two weeks, including, I guess, a weird delusion belonging to Mötley Crüe singer and future Celebrity Apprentice contestant Vince Neil. Read more...
Yesterday, we reported that former Mötley Crüe singer (and future Celebrity Apprentice cast member) Vince Neil would be playing at President-Elect Donald Trump’s inaugural on January 20. At the time, the booking seemed like a natural bit of reality show synergy, given Trump’s career-making history with the show. Show More Summary
It was previously reported that Vince Neil, frontman of Mötley Crüe, would be performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20. He now says he has been “uninvited” to the ceremony, TMZ reports. In the clip, Neil says that he had...Show More Summary
For a brief moment, it seemed like Donald Trump would complement his motley crew with Mötley Crüe. Or at least one of their members. In an interview with Billboard on Friday, Vince Neil confirmed that Trump’s team reached out to himShow More Summary
I’m a big Motley Crue fan, so I think this is fantastic! Vince Neil will be performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration. The arrangements were made month’s ago, just in case.
Just kidding! Vince Neil isn’t performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration after all. After Billboard initially reported the news earlier today, the Motley Crue frontman spoke to TMZ, clarifying that he had been uninvited in the wake of Trump’s victory. But he doesn’t seem all that clear on who actually invited him to play in the […]
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Most musicians objected to the use of their music during Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, but don’t count Vince Neil among the aggrieved. The longtime Motley Crue singer is set to...
Mötley Crüe member says he was asked to perform before the election even happened.
Vince Neil is the first performer confirmed to hit the stage at the 2017 Presidential Inauguration, where Donald Trump will be sworn in as the next President of the United States. The 55-year-old Motley Crue frontman will be performing with his own band and he says he was asked to perform “months ago.” “The promoters [...]
Longtime Mötley Crüe vocalist Vince Neil has said that he will perform at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration on January 20, 2017. Neil told Billboard that he was asked about his availability “months ago,” prior to the election results, and that he will perform with his own band. “The promoters asked if I was available, and I said yes,” he said. Show More Summary