Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee made headlines last month by posting a letter to Facebook in which he vented his frustration with people who are constantly seeking to take his picture. In a new interview, the musician clarified t
When Tommy Lee posted an open letter to fans a couple of weeks ago griping about people always wanting to have their picture taken with him, some took it as petty complaining from a rock star who's lost touch with the people who helped make him famous. But in a recent interview, he revealed that his misgivings run a little deeper.
As many Americans enjoy a day off on Monday, it's important to remember that Memorial Day isn't just a day to relax -- it's a day to reflect. And that's something quite a few rockers haven't forgotten.
Turn the press conference announcing your summer tour into a forum for bashing one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, and you're going to have some explaining to do -- as Motley Crue's Tommy Lee discovered when he nodded along with some derogatory comments made by Gene Simmons of Kiss regarding Rihanna earlier this week.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee is $400K lighter, but it has nothing to do with his behavior in Las Vegas during the band's recent residency. Instead, Lee has settled a lawsuit with a former assistant, who sued him for defamation and failure to pay overtime.
So-called "master illusionist" Criss Angel has been referred to as "a poor man's David Blaine," but maybe he's not given enough credit for his visual trickery. Here's one illusion he's been able to pull off with unmatched skill: looking a hell of a lot like Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee.
With Motley Crue having wrapped their massive summer tour, drummer Tommy Lee is now freed up to work on his other projects and flex his creative muscles. (Not that muscle, either!) First up? A pair of singles with his electro-house partner, DJ Aero.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee is clearly very excited for this weekend's Sunset Strip Music Festival, and for two very good reasons. First, because his band will be the headline honorees of the three day event, and second, because city officials saw their way clear to letting him set his beloved drum coaster up for their show.
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