It seems the boys of Motley Crue are finally retiring their “wild sides” and ready to collect on their Social Security.
The book starts off in the pre-metal era of the ’60s, covering the Stooges, the MC5 and Alice Cooper (when “Alice Cooper” represented a band, not just the frontman).
Unlike the Rolling Stones, who want to play until their bodies become skeletal facsimiles of themselves in the ’70s, Motley Crue has directly broached the topic of retiring while their livers are still (partially) intact.
In an alternate musical universe, Sebastian Bach could have been the frontman of a little band named Motley Crue.
In our culture of “snack-sized” media, including in music, rock stars used to monstrous album sales in the ’80s and ’90s are a little bitter over mp3 life.
Vince Neil says Motley WON’T be goin’ the ol’ KISS Farewell Tour route…
According to rumors and, ummm, Vince Neil, Motley Crue isn’t retiring because they ran out of groupies; they are retiring for Mick Mars’ health.
Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil said in an interview that he’d rather grow old in his strip club than as an aging rocker a la Mick Jagger.
I’m a celebrity, get me out of here! At least that’s what Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee said after a tyrade on Facebook this Friday.
62-year-old Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars might be in one of the world’s most bad-ass rock bands, but the fragile musician has suffered from ankylosing spondylitis since his late teens.