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John Corabi who was Motley Crue’s singer for two years and the self-titled album in 1994 is about to release a CD-DVD of a live performance of this material. Talking to Austrian Mulatschag he revealed that he got the idea when he was playing those songs with his solo band. These people were coming to me and they were saying things like, 'Dude, I've waited twenty years for this.' So I started thinking… The band only really toured for, like, three months in America. There was a ton of places in America we never even played. We never played Canada, South America. We never came to Europe. We never did anything. So I sat there and I went, 'You know what? There's probably a lot of people that wanna see this.' So, (…) I went to Nashville and I recorded the whole thing for a live album and I recorded the whole thing for a DVD. So I'm gonna pack the two together. And for anybody that wants to see it and can't, it'll be coming out soon."

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee was unable to perform at the band's concert

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx says that his other band, SIXX: A.M.,

There was no group hug at the end of Motley Crue‘s last show. In fact, Tommy Lee says he hasn’t spoken to Vince Neil or Nikki Sixx since they left the stage on Dec. 31 after their last-ever performance at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
After the final night, we had a big party backstage on New Year’s Eve, and I never saw the other guys,” Lee told Rolling Stone. “We never even said goodbye. F—ing strange as hell, dude. I mean, what the f—?”
It got weirder, he said. “I think f—ing Nikki unfollowed me on f–ing Twitter, like, the next day,” Lee added, though he’s not sure why there was such a disconnect at the end. “I really don’t know. I mean, if you’re getting divorced, you still give your ex a hug or flip her off or something. You either get a kiss or a slap or … something.” (Note: according to Metal Injection, Sixx actually hasn’t been following Lee on Twitter for at least a year.)
UPDATE: Sixx has responded to Lee’s account of the band’s final after-party via Twitter, explaining that he didn’t stay for the party because he doesn’t drink and needed to take care of his children.

A special deluxe version of MÖTLEY CRÜE's multi-platinum fourth studio album, "Girls Girls Girls", will be released on August 25 to coincide with the LP's thirtieth anniversary. The set will be offered in various exclusive bundles. Sign up at www.motley.com now to receive all updates on this release and additional surprises from the band coming up.

Motley Crue singer Vince Neil stopped by the KVVU Fox 5 studios in Las Vegas on August 26 to discuss the band's upcoming second residency at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel Casino and eventual farewell tour. You can watch video footage of his appearance below. Asked about reports that that the final chapter for Motley Crue could come as early as 2016, after the film version of the group's biography, "The Dirt: Confessions Of The World's Most Notorious Rock Band", gets completed, an accompanying album is released and yet one more tour around the globe, Vince said: "We just think it's kind of that time — to do one big push. The tour will last, like, two years. And kind of go out on top. I mean, we've been together, actually, 32 years, and by the time we finish up, it'll be 35 years. So that's a good enough run." Vince also insisted that Motley Crue's retirement will be for "real" and that they won't hold multiple farewell tours like certain other acts.

Nikki Sixx, MÖTLEY CRÜE and SIXX: A.M. bassist and host of the Premiere Networks syndicated

Highly respected heavy metal author and BraveWords senior writer, Martin Popoff,

MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil has hinted in a new interview that his solo band is working on new material, with the possibility of road testing some of those songs on his current tour.

"I'll say that we're recording some stuff for a new record this year," Neil tells The Michigan City News-Dispatch. "You often hear some surprises at our shows. I don't want to give away some of those surprises, but let's just say you might have struck a nerve that could ring true… I think there's always room for this type of music. Some of the things we are working on will be in that same vein. The music is exciting. It's good, fun, nasty, raw energy and good songs. That's what is so important — good, fun songs. I mean, who wouldn't want to go out and not have a good time? Not me. So I'm thankful to be playing everywhere I am."

Former Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx is celebrating his 58th birthday by saying goodbye to two of his popular social media accounts, apparently deleting his Twitter page and announcing his departure from Facebook.
I wanna get back to what’s real,” he says in his farewell post. “Writing music, lyrics, books, photography etc. etc… If ya wanna follow me, I post photos on Instagram… otherwise see you live next time I go on tour… much love.

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