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Formed: 1981
From: Los Angeles, CA, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Motley Crue News

Below is our complete Motley Crue news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Tommy Lee's Life Is Being Made Into A Movie

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Mötley Crüe drummer, who starred in last year's NBC reality show "Tommy Lee Goes to College", will be the subject of a still-untitled film that is currently in pre-production and is slated to begin shooting in the spring. Bruce Sinofsky who was behind "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster" will be one of the directors.

"In the rock world, there are few figures as colorful as Tommy Lee, and not just because of his tattoos," Sinofsky said, according to the Reporter. "This project seeks a candid glimpse behind the celebrity and tabloid personality into who Tommy really is, watching him interact with family, friends and business associates."

Lee was psyched about the project. "I'm honored that Bruce is turning his cameras loose on me," he said.

Read the full article at MTV.com.

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Motley Crue Ready To Hit The Studio In May

Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx tells Doug Podell of Detroit's WRIF 101.1 FM that the band will commence the songwriting and demoing process for their new studio album on May 1, 2006. You can download and listen to the 13-minute interview here.

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Motorhead Australian Tour Dates

Legendary Lemmie and the rest of the Motorhead gang will be hitting Australian turf very soon for single shows as special guests to Motely Crue.

Single shows are in the eastern states and in the west as part of the BlackJack festival with fellow rockers Motely Crue, The living End, The Casanovas and Fireball. Dates are:

03/12/05 Sydney Superdome W/ Motley Crue
04/12/05 Brisbane Entertainment Centre W/ Motley Crue
06/12/05 Melbourne Vodafone Arena W/ Motley Crue
07/12/05 Melbourne Palais W/ Motley Crue
08/12/05 Adelaide Entertainment Centre W/ Motley Crue
10/12/05 BLACK JACK – Claremont Showgrounds W/ Motley Crue

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Nikki Sixx Auctions Personal Items For Charity

Mötley Crüe founder and bassist Nikki Sixx knows first-hand what it’s like to have to fend for yourself on the streets, which is why he has launched “Running Wild in the Night,” a fundraising initiative for Covenant House.

Covenant House provides services in 21 cities, 15 in the U.S., to homeless and runaway youth, including advocacy, health care, education, vocational preparation, drug abuse treatment and prevention programs, legal services, recreation, transitional living programs, street and community outreach and aftercare. “I chose to work with Covenant House after a lot of research - I saw what they were doing and it was exactly what I had invisioned for helping at- risk kids – I visited the Los Angeles location and was impressed by the whole operation.”

To help raise even more money for this great cause Nikki has donated items of stage & personal clothing to be auctioned off with proceeds going to Running Wild in the Night.

For more information and a list of auction items, visit Nikki's "Running Wild In The Night" page.

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Behind The Scenes With Crue And Bennington

Exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of Motley Crue with Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington in the studio recording a special rendition of Crue's hit song 'Home Sweet Home', in addtion to the music video, is available at Yahoo.com.

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Tommy Lee Burned By Pyrotechnics

The Associated Press is reporting that MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee was burned when a pyrotechnics stunt went wrong at a concert in Casper, Wyo., police said.

Lee played one more song after he was injured toward the end of Wednesday night's show, said Sgt. Doug Beran of the Casper Police Department, who responded to the incident. But another band member came out after a short break and said the concert had to be cut short because of the drummer's injuries, Beran said.

Lee was taken to a hospital for treatment but was not badly injured, he said. The sergeant declined to discuss details of Lee's injuries, citing privacy considerations.

Tom Morton, a reporter for the Casper Star-Tribune who attended the concert, said Lee appeared to be injured when sparks began flying as he swung above the stage suspended from a wire, back and forth between several drum sets. Another witness, Del Kinswoman, described the pyrotechnics as Roman candles.

MÖTLEY CRÜE was scheduled to perform in Bismarck, N.D. on Friday and in Rapid City, S.D. on Saturday, according to the group's web site.

MÖTLEY CRÜE's management sent the following statement to BLABBERMOUTH.NET regarding the onstage incident : More...

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Miscues Prompt No Encore For Motley Crue In Vegas

The Las Vegas Review Journal reports Motley Crue's concert ended on a strained note Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel. Unhappy with technical difficulties, the band members walked off the stage at the end of the show and didn't return for an encore.

Read the full article at Las Vegas Review Journal.

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Nikki Sixx Talks About Linkin Park Collaboration

'Showbiz Tonight' host A.J. Hammer talked to Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx about a collaboration with Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington to help Hurricane Katrina victims. You can watch the two-minute segment aired Wednesday (September 28) at CNN.com.

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Vince Neil Back On Stage After Injury

Motley Crue spokeswoman Hannah Kampf tells The Associated Press singer Vince Neil performed with no problems Sunday night in Memphis, Tennessee, after tearing a calf muscle about five songs into a show Friday at Atlanta's Philips Arena.

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Vince Neil Tears Calf Muscle, Cuts Motley Crue Set

Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx posted the following message in his online diary on Sunday:

"During 'Live Wire' last night Vince's [Neil] left leg completely gave out. He said it felt like a snap or he had been hit was something extremely heavy in the calf. It was right before intermission and after we finished the song without him, we went backstage where he was surrounded by paramedics. They said he probably tore something in his calf and he needed to go to the hospital right away. He wanted to go back onstage, but to be honest, he couldn't even stand. Finally he was rushed to the hospital and the report is that he did tear the muscle, but it's not as bad as it could be. He will be able to perform but can't really jump around until it heals... Usually these type of injuries take up to six weeks to heal so he's very lucky."

"We have a day off today and tomorrow is a show in Memphis, then another day off. So that leaves him more time offstage than usual. We honor the tickets for the show in Atlanta.

"Vince feels horrible, and he wanted to finish the show but I think it's better he didn't in the big picture.

"From all four of us, we're very sorry and will be back to Atlanta. No shows will be cancelled."

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Crue To Record Home Sweet Home w/ Bennington

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message in his online diary:

"Tomorrow [Saturday, September 10] will be a long day, but a good day. We need to be at CMT studios in Nashville to cut 'Home Sweet Home' live with Chester [Bennington] from LINKIN PARK at 9 a.m. We're gonna have other players as well — piano, a second guitar, strings, choir etc. We're doing this for the hurricane relief fund. Then we go to a recording studio with everybody in tow and cut it proper for a single to be released to raise more money to help the people of New Orleans, then we have a concert that night.

"Tonight was our 100th show so far...

"Got to go to Nashville now..."

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Motley Crue, SOAD, Slipknot, Mudvayne Show Numbers

The following are a few select recent heavy metal/hard rock concert attendance figures, as reported by Billboard magazine:

Venue: Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge
City/State: Bristow, Va.
Date: Aug. 13, 2005
Attendance: 10,336
Capacity: 22,667

Venue: PNC Bank Arts Center
City/State: Holmdel, N.J.
Date: Aug. 14, 2005
Attendance: 16,203
Capacity: 16,944

Venue: Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater
City/State: Wantagh, N.Y.
Date: Aug. 16, 2005
Attendance: 13,281
Capacity: 13,855

Venue: New England Dodge Music Center
City/State: Hartford, Conn.
Date: Aug. 20, 2005
Attendance: 9,918
Capacity: 24,212

Venue: Verizon Wireless Arena
City/State: Manchester, N.H.
Date: Aug. 21, 2005
Attendance: 7,565
Capacity: 8,469

Venue: DTE Energy Music Center
City/State: Clarkston, Mich.
Date: Aug. 24, 2005
Attendance: 15,663
Capacity: 15,663

Venue: Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
City/State: The Woodlands, Texas
Date: Aug. 13, 2005
Attendance: 11,600
Capacity: 15,809

Venue: Continental Airlines Arena
City/State: East Rutherford, N.J.
Date: Aug. 23, 2005
Attendance: 16,209
Capacity: 17,417

Venue: Hampton Coliseum
City/State: Hampton, Va.
Date: Aug. 21, 2005
Attendance: 5,928
Capacity: 11,699

Venue: 1st Mariner Arena
City/State: Baltimore, Md.
Date: Aug. 22, 2005
Attendance: 6,644
Capacity: 12,758

Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 28, 2005
Attendance: 314
Capacity: 1,800

Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 17, 2005
Attendance: 1,800
Capacity: 1,800

Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 19, 2005
Attendance: 1,800
Capacity: 1,800

Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 21-22, 2005
Attendance: 3,600
Capacity: 3,600

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Motley Crue On Masters Of Rock w/ Bruce Dickinson

Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson returned to Radio 2 with a new series tracing the evolution of hard rock and heavy metal. You can listen to Thursday's 1-hour show, with guests Motley Crue, at BBC.co.uk.

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Tommy Lee Discusses Nick Carter Collaboration

RollingStone.com caught up with Tommy Lee for a Q&A and asked the Motley Crue drummer how long he debated having Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter on his new album 'Tommyland: The Ride'. "I knew that was coming," Lee laughed. "Nick wanted me to write for him on his solo record. He wanted something edgier, and I was like, 'Hmm, I don't know'. But I took a meeting with him, and much to my surprise he was a huge rock fan. I popped out his CD player in his car and it was filled with Physical Graffiti and AC/DC and Sabbath. It kinda blew my mind. We did these two killer tracks together, so I said, 'Can I use one of those?' Let me tell you something: That motherfu**er came into the studio and out-partied people like Slash. [Nick's] a fu**ing maniac. And that's coming from me. I mean, I'm serious."

Read the full article at Rollingstone.com.

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Motley Crue To Support Rolling Stones On US Tour

Motley Crue are the latest band confirmed to support the Rolling Stones on their US tour. The Crue will be on the bill for the dates in Seattle on October 30 and Portland on November 1.

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Nikki Sixx Plans Book 'The Heroin Diaries'

Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx is planning to make his book 'The Heroin Diaries' a wide-ranging experience. Accompanying the book will be a soundtrack album, with each track having a mini movie shot for it.

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Nikki Sixx Launches Personal Website

The personal site for Mötley Crüe bassist, Nikki Sixx, has launched on Friday and has been getting great response from fans all over the world. Check out NikkiSixx.net for updated diary posts, photography from Nikki and information on Running Wild In The Night, Nikki's new charity for runaway youth.

Nikki Sixx comments: "As with all things creative this site and things with this site will be evolving and changing over time. I hope you enjoy this site as much as me and Shaun did in putting it together. I feel there is something for everybody here. I'll keep you updated and here we go."

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Tommy Lee Denies Wedding Rumors

The Associated Press reports Tommy Lee says he and Pamela Anderson aren't getting married again. "Noooo," he told "The Tonight Show" host Jay Leno Monday night.

The couple, who were married in 1995, divorced in 1998. They have been on and off again ever since. They were photographed together in Hawaii last month, and that's when the marriage rumors started, Lee said.

"I took Pamela and the kids to Hawaii for her birthday. And anytime we get together for any length of time, people are like, `Oh, they're getting married,'" he said.

Anderson had told reporters she and Lee weren't getting back together, but the 42-year-old rocker renewed speculation when he told People magazine: "We're crazy in love. We're going to take things slowly and see where they go."

"You know, we're stuck together forever. We love each other dearly and we have two beautiful kids," Lee told Leno. "But as far as getting married or engaged, I'm not engaged or married."

The couple have two sons, Brandon, 9, and Dylan, 7.

Lee's new show, "Tommy Lee Goes to College," debuts Aug. 16 on NBC.

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Tommy Lee's Talking About Pamela Again

In what is so definitely metal news (pardon the sarcasm), FemaleFirst.co.uk reports that Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee insists he was faithful to Pamela Anderson during their two turbulent marriages. "There's too much temptation. You have to be so in love to stay monogamous," Lee said. "I wasn't unfaithful to Pamela, but everybody has a line and mine was 'watching is OK'. If girls wanted to put on a little showcase, that would be nice. But it's not my favorite thing in the world." You can read more of this article on FemaleFirst.co.uk.

Asked about his relationship with ex-wife Pamela Anderson, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee tells People magazine, "We're crazy in love. At the end of the day, that's truly what my heart wants. I want us all to be together."

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Motorhead's Lemmy To Receive 'Living Legend' Award

Lemmy Kilmister, the notorious bass player and vocalist of U.K. rock 'n' roll titans Motörhead, will be honored with the very first "Living Legend" award at this year's inaugural Classic Rock Roll of Honor, organized by Classic Rock magazine. Taking place on Tuesday, October 4, 2005 at London's Café De Paris, the Classic Rock Roll of Honor will celebrate the big names as well as the unsung heroes from the diverse world of rock 'n' roll and promises to take a fresh approach to the tired award ceremony format.

To coincide with the 30th Anniversary of Motörhead, the U.K.'s most revered rock 'n' roll outfit as well as, unbelievably, Lemmy's 60th birthday celebrations, the Classic Rock Roll of Honor will place a special emphasis on the often diluted "Lifetime Achievement" award category.

Rather than simply giving Lemmy the "Living Legend" award on the night, the Classic Rock Roll of Honor will dedicate an entire section of the evening's proceedings to pay homage to the remarkable achievements of one of the U.K.'s best-loved rock 'n' roll stars. The team behind Classic Rock magazine and the Classic Rock Roll of Honor have assembled a moving tribute package that comprises of testimonials and greetings to Lemmy from a raft of peers and young bands and musicians inspired by the star, as well as messages from fans of all ages. It is hoped that Lemmy and the rest of Motörhead will complete the evening with a brief acoustic set. This however, has not been confirmed by the band at this stage.

In addition to Lemmy's "Living Legend" award, there will be a further eight awards on the night, which will be announced soon. Classic Rock also has announced the categories and nominations for the very first Readers' Awards, which are voted for by the readers via text message ballot: More...

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