As Motley Crue get closer to the end of their Final Tour, drummer Tommy Lee can't help but ponder a career-closing honor like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Mötley Crüe just added another leg of dates to their farewell tour, but don't expect to see a return to Hollywood's famed Whisky a Go Go club on the itinerary.
Motley Crue have decided that their goodbye should last a little while longer.
What better way to introduce the new "El Diablo" burger from Carl's Jr. and Hardee's than with one of Motley Crue's most devilishly famous songs?
All of Mötley Crüe's tours have no doubt been eventful for drummer Tommy Lee, but the band's spring 1990 dates in support of their hugely popular Dr. Feelgood album ended up making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee got a little too cheeky with the local authorities during the band's stop in Augusta, Ga. on March 25, 1990, and ended up at the police station after pulling off his part in what was probably one of the weirder publicity stunts in Crüe history.
Bay Area rockers Y&T rubbed shoulders with a number of future superstars when they were starting out in the late '70s and early '80s.
In 1992, with the biggest record of their career behind them and 25 million of Elektra Records' dollars in the bank, Motley Crue seemed poised to scale even greater heights.
Between Mötley Crüe's Final Tour and Sixx:A.M.'s spring headlining dates, Nikki Sixx is working at top speed these days.
The Motley Crews Heavy Metal Grill food truck exploded when parked in the Lakeville, MN home of its owners.