Since forming in 1981, Motley Crue's lineup has remained relatively stable. While both Vince Neil and Tommy Lee tried their hands at solo careers, they were eventually brought back into the fold. Recently, Mick Mars revealed that he came dangerously close to quitting during the recording of 1997's 'Generation Swine,'
Motley Crue have been around the block a time or ten, but guitarist Mick Mars says he has no intention of slowing down any time soon. In an interview with the Miami New Times, the 61-year-old musician vows to keep playing until the day he dies.
Motley Crue's guitarist Mick Mars was interviewed by We Love Metal this week, treating fans to a scoop of what’s going on behind the scenes. Discussing a variety of topics, Mars spoke about Las Vegas, the upcoming Kiss tour, new music and his love for songwriting and touring.
Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars’ upcoming solo album will feature some hard-rock heavyweights, says Andy Biersack of the glam-rock band Black Veil Brides. Biersack is among the artists set to appear on the disc.
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