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.
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.
Two very different kinds of drummers face off in the opening round of our new March Drum Madness competition.
A website for drummers gives the technical details Tommy Lee's "Cruecifly" set up.
When Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee walked down the aisle with Pamela Anderson on Feb. 19, 1995, pretty much everyone who heard the news was surprised.
Alice Coope, being Alice Cooper, surprised few when he suggested killing touring mates Motley Crue as a send-off gesture.
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.
Electrician Rand Gauthier, now 57, thought stealing the infamous sex tape featuring Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson would punch his ticket to fame and fortune.
Earlier this year, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan announced that Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee would be joining the band on its next album.