Dysfunctional on their best days, the guys in Motley Crue just couldn't seem to keep it together during the '90s.
Alice Cooper has hatched a novel plan for ending the last stop on Motley Crue's farewell tour.
By giving up touring while they can still sell out major venues, Motley Crue are well aware that they're losing the opportunity to continue to ride the gravy train.
You’d think that, with the end in sight, Motley Crue would be looking to wiggle their way out of some of the dates on their last-ever tour.
Motley Crue are getting a lot of miles out of their Final Tour.
Motley Crue's Mick Mars talks about how much the internet has changed the music industry.
"We're talking about ending it at the stroke of midnight. When they drop the ball, they drop the ball on us."
Nikki Sixx was asked by a WGN Morning News anchor what he thought of Justin Bieber.
Motley Crue's march toward retirement continues with the release of what's being billed as the band's final single, 'All Bad Things.
Last week, Vince Neil mentioned during an interview that Motley Crue's last-ever show will be on Dec. 31, 2015, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the city where it all started for them.