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Coldplay delivers colorful Super Bowl 50 halftime show with Beyonce and Bruno Mars

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI First of all, it’s incredibly strange watching a Super Bowl halftime show in daylight. It’s like watching Motley Crue at 7 p.m. Just not quite right. That said, Coldplay delivered an expectedly colorful –...

THEY. - Motley Crue (Away Remix)

Sounds like: Flume, Nine Inch Nails, NERD Song: THEY. - Motley Crue (Away Remix) What's so good? I love it you're listening to a track and you get all comfortable, thinking you know what it's about. Then, all of the sudden, it gets turned on its head in a really unexpected but skillful way.  That is exactly what L.A. Show More Summary

The Mötley Crüe Of Roadway Transportation

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Happy Sunday! Welcome to Holy Shift, where we highlight big innovations in the auto and racing industries each week—whether they be necessary or simply for comfort. Read more...

Motley Crue's Vince Neil -- I'm With Ahnald! First to Join New 'Celebrity Apprentice'

Vince Neil is the first contestant to sign on for the new 'Celebrity Apprentice' with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the boss' chair... TMZ has learned.  Since NBC announced Schwarzenegger would replace Donald Trump -- the network has bee...

Nikki Sixx -- My Famous Ex Wins Big ... If I Make $10 Million!!

Think Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx can rake in $10 MILLION this year?  His famous ex-wife sure hopes so... 'cause if he hits the $10 million mark, she stands to pull in a ton of money in child support... this according to legal do...

Funeral service for Lemmy of Motörhead to be broadcast live, interest soars

In Internet time, the death of Motörhead leader Lemmy Kilmister is old news. Since Lemmy's death on Dec. 28, Tommy Lee of Motley Crue got stuck inside of his drum kit during a farewell show at the Forum, Axl Rose and Slash announced a reunion of  Guns N’ Roses  and a bunch of weakling, non-Motörhead...

Newswire: Tommy Lee gets stuck on Mötley Crüe roller coaster, poignant metaphor ensues

Second only to umlauts, the members of Mötley Crüe love the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. Pretty much all of their most famous songs are about it, and their drug-fueled and alcoholic escapades—and subsequent brushes with the law—are as much a part of the band’s legacy as its music. Show More Summary

In Real News That Is Not a Spinal Tap Outtake, Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee Got Stuck Upside-Down on a Drummercoaster

Tommy Lee and his drum kit are no strangers to airborne acrobatics—“the Crüecifly” coaster was a crowd-pleaser at many shows on the band’s recent farewell tour. But as Stereogum points out, it apparently decided to malfunction during the metal band’s final show, on New Year’s Eve, leaving Tommy Lee to spend several minutes performing upside-down. Show More Summary

Tommy Lee Played Mötley Crüe’s Final Show While Stuck on His Drum Roller-Coaster; Cue Rock Hand-Sign

Despite decades of debauchery, Mötley Crüe somehow lived long enough to play their final show at the Staples Center on New Year's Eve. But it seems one crucial member prematurely retired before the ball dropped: Tommy Lee's drum coaster. For the last couple years, Lee has taken his legendary stage... More »

Tommy Lee Gets Crueciflied

People from all over the world gathered in Los Angeles, CA. on New Year’s Eve to see the history making final performance of Mötley Crüe. Little did they know that there was a news-making event waiting in the wings as well. The “Cruecifly,” the most recent contraption concocted by drummer and stuntman Tommy Lee, has... Show More Summary

Drum Stunt Goes Wrong at Final Mötley Crüe Gig

Mötley Crüe played what they promised would be their last-ever concert on New Year's Eve at the Staples Center in Los Angeles—and Billboard reports that they not only rocked the house, they had a mishap sure to go down in heavy metal history. Drummer Tommy Lee became stuck upside...

Video: Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee got stuck upside down in a rollercoaster at their final show

Motley Crue put on an epic farewell concert in LA at the Los Angeles’ Staples Center. The performance was incredible as always with Hollywood’s bad boys, but is was also

Mötley Crüe wraps up 34 years of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll with Staples show

It's been a rough week for fans of legendary heavy metal groups with umlauts in their names. On Dec. 28, Lemmy Kilmister, beloved, hard-living frontman of Mötorhead, died at age 70. And on New Year's Eve, Mötley Crüe played its final concert at the Staples Center, capping an often notorious career that...

New Years Eve Highlights & Setlists- Phish, Gov’t Mule, Widespread Panic, Dead & Co., Motley Crue’s Last Show, Slash & More

Aside from Halloween, there is no other night like New Years Eve where live music pulls out all the tricks, unique countdowns. covers and shenanigans. 2015>2016 had to rank among the greatest first nights ever with Dead & Co making their...Show More Summary

Tommy Lee Gets Stuck In Roller Coaster At Mötley Crüe’s Final Concert

During Mötley Crüe’s farewell tour, there has been a recurring bit of high-tech stagecraft in which Tommy Lee’s entire drum set soars and loops atop the arena on a custom rollercoaster. As if the whole ordeal wasn’t hair metal self-parody worthy of This Is Spinal Tap, it took on new comic dimensions at the band’s […]

Tommy Lee -- New Year's Eve Snafu -- Upside Down on Roller Coaster

Tommy Lee got nailed on the Cruecifixion on New Year's Eve. Motley Crue was performing at Staple's Center in downtown L.A. when his signature roller coaster just stopped with Tommy and his drum set hanging in mid air. And check out the video below…

Motley Crue's Farewell Show Falls Short of Greatness, But It's Still an Event

It’s hard not be skeptical when any band says they’re on a “final” or “farewell forever” tour. So when Mötley Crüe announced theirs in 2014, they felt the urge to let us all know they really meant it. You may remember that each band member signed a "Cessation of Touring...

Life After Mötley Crüe's Last Gig on December 31: Nikki Sixx Says Rock Will Never Die; Acts to Watch

Before Mötley Crüe’s final gig on December 31, founder/ writer/ bassist Nikki Sixx looks back - and forward: SIXX;A.M. and other bands to watch.

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