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.
Nikki Sixx Calls Gene Simmons Out For His ‘Moronic’ Remarks on Depression: ‘We’ve Just Lost Robin Williams’
“There is a 20-year-old kid out there who is a Kiss fan and reads this and goes, ‘You know what? He’s right. I should just kill myself.’”
Despite no promises of a new album, the band is still adding to their discography.
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 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.
Rock stars are known for getting away with murder, but we’ve rounded up ten of the world’s biggest sonic heroes who’ve found a way of snatching life back from the claws of the Grim Reaper to rock another day.
Social media was set ablaze last night with reactions to President Obama’s re-election, and no surprise – musicians got in on the celebrating or hating.
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What does the Crue have in common with Celine and Elton? A Vegas residency at a casino…huh?? Oh, well–David Lee Roth did it in ’95. I went. WOW. Take that however you want…