Earlier this year, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan announced that Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee would be joining the band on its next album.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee has led a busy musical life outside the band for a number of years, and he intends to keep on going after the band finishes its farewell tour.
Tommy Lee says that there's still plenty for him to learn as a musician.
Tommy Lee used Motley Crue's recent concert to raise awareness of SeaWorld's alleged mistreatment of animals.
Billy Corgan and Tommy Lee continued their mutual appreciation stemming from the sessions they recorded this spring.
Deryck Whibley has been able to stay sober thanks to the help of a few classic rockers.
Safety reasons will prevent Tommy Lee's 'Cruecifly' drum coaster from being performed at every concert on Motley Crue's 'Final Tour.'
Nobody in rock history has done more to expand the concept of what a drum solo can look and sound like than Motley Crue's Tommy Lee. Here's video proof.
Tommy Lee talks about Motley Crue's upcoming song, which may or may not be the last track they ever release.
Billy Corgan explains his decision to hire Tommy Lee for the new Smashing Pumpkins album by comparing him to the Led Zeppelin drummer.