Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil took on the national anthem at the first game of his arena league football team and lost.
But are they “real artists?”
It just might be the best thing you hear all day.
Mötley Crüe’s final tour keeps getting longer.
Today, we have Aerosmith joining in the fun, with a full-band “ALS dump” from their performance last night in Texas, after being nominated by Mötley Crüe.
Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe sat down with Radio.com to talk about their new tribute album “Nashville Outlaws” and the intersection between rock ‘n’ roll and many of today’s country artists.
The aggressors weren’t caught or apprehended on-site so the pair are now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to their arrest and conviction via Facebook.
In a new interview with Kerrang, Whibley talks about his support unit.
Despite no promises of a new album, the band is still adding to their discography.
“Home Sweet Home” is the lead single from the upcoming album “Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Mötley Crüe.” Watch the new video featuring Justin Moore and Vince Neil.
Rascal Flatts, Florida Georgia Line, Justin Moore and two performers from TV’s “Nashville” are among the artists paying tribute to Motley Crue. “They’re digging deep in our repertoire and doing some cool stuff with it,” Vince Neil told Radio.com.
It’s not the first time he’s collaborated with an alt-rock legend.
Traditional country artist Moore paired up with Neil for the Crue classic “Home Sweet Home” during last night’s Outnumber Hunger benefit in Las Vegas.
“Everything must come to an end! We always had a vision of going out with a big f***ing bang and not playing county fairs and clubs with 1 or 2 original band members,” Tommy Lee said in a statement. “Our job here is done.”
‘The Merciless Book of Metal Lists’ gets into a crucial part of the heavy metal culture, namely, arguing about who is great, who sucks, and who is a poser.
Whether you’re just passing by the history of metal or you have been ingrained in it for years, you must read Louder Than Hell, an extensive, nearly-700 page record of the genre.