A courtroom in Clark County, Nev., is set to become a theater of pain in the battle over the Facebook page for Mötley Crüe lead singer Vince Neil. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that Neil filed a lawsuit in Clark County District...Show More Summary
Review Journal reports that Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil is suing an Oregon woman so that he can get the password to his own Facebook page. In Clark County District Court, an attorney for Neil has filed suit against one Kristy Sinsara, who has been working as Neil’s social-media manager. She’s allegedly been making unauthorized […]
Vince Neil is suing the consultant over control of his Internet pages.
Los Angeles singer/songwriter Chelsea Lankes follows up last month’s hit single “Down For Whatever” with “Too Young To Fall In Love,” a cover of one of Mötley Crüe’s forgotten cuts. Lankes explains the inspiration behind her tribute: “I’ve always been a fan of the 80s and hair metal. So many lyrics and melodies, dressed up […]
LA-based singer/songwriter Chelsea Lankes follows up her single “Down For Whatever” with a unexpectedly good pop cover of one of Motley Crue’s earlier cuts called “Too Young To Fall In Love.” “I’ve always been a fan of the 80s and particularly hair metal,” Chelsea says. “There are so many great lyrics and melodies from that […]
Sat 16 May Vince Neil, Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars will be making their way out to Australia for their final ever tour as Mötley Crüe. The boys will be...
Fri 13 Mar Time travel back to the '80s at this new club night night that's big on power ballads, hair and rock'n'roll. Rock out to Motley Crue, Van Halen and Bon...
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Wait, what? Best CHRISTMAS ever? Um, it’s February. Oh, ok, we’re flashing back. Got it. Annalise is in a hotel in Philly, raiding that minibar like she’s the fifth member of Motley Crüe or something. She’s so busy partying with her new friends, Mr. Show More Summary
Hosting Jeopardy! for the last three millennia (est.) has given the debonair Alex Trebek a certain cachet where, regardless of what he gets into outside of the show, he has remained the voice of encyclopedic intelligence for decades....Show More Summary
But we already knew he was a rock star.
Wrinkled rock god Alice Cooper has made Motley Crue an offer they can definitely refuse, and that’s to end their final show with the legendary shock rocker killing all four members of the band. As a climax to a career drenched in debauchery,...Show More Summary
"If Justin Bieber came to you," WGN's entertainment correspondent Dean Richards asked, "and said, 'I wanna come on stage with Motley Crüe, how would you guys react?"
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Wanna be a roadie? Guess what? BEING A ROADIE SUCKS. I spent a couple days on tour with Mötley Crüe for this big GQ article that dropped today, and I have a newfound appreciation for the rigors of going on tour and setting up an entire goddamn stage in a new city in a differently shaped arena night after night after night. Show More Summary
Motley Crue, the iconic glam rock band from Los Angeles, has announced its truly final tour dates to end its 34-year-career in 2015. The final days of the glam band actually started in 2014, and Motley Crue performed with give-it-all-you’ve-got-shows in several cities which will see them again in 2015. Show More Summary
Mötley Crüe - Saints of Los Angeles Mötley Crüe is wrapping it up in LA...
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The hard-rocking band have finalized their 2015 tour dates, the last of their 34-year career.
A Conversation with Mötley Crüe's Vince Neil Mike Ragogna: A final tour? Say it isn't so! Vince Neil: I know, but it's just about time. It'll be thirty five years; that's enough. MR: Your final show on December 31st, 2015 will be a beautiful send-off, but do you think you guys might get antsy and decide to do something in the future? VN: No. Show More Summary