A judge has ruled that Tommy Lee's 360-degree roller-coaster drums were based on his original concept. According to TMZ, the Motley Crue drummer designed the kit, which an engineer claimed was stolen from his 20-year-old idea.
MTV may not play music videos anymore, but Fall Out Boy haven't forgotten about the art of adding a compelling visual component to a song. In fact, they've filmed a video for every track on their latest album, 'Save Rock and Roll' -- and the newest clip features a cameo from Tommy Lee as Satan.
How cool must it be to have an awesome rock dad like Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee? Let's think about all the benefits his now-teenage sons Brandon and Dylan enjoy: First off, as you can see from this recent photo, the pair clearly got their father's good looks. (Of course, mom Pamela Anderson probably deserves some credit, too.)
It's the end of an era for Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee. The band wrapped their most recent tour with a gig at Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City on Saturday night (May 25), and the show also marked the final appearance of Lee's unique roller coaster drum set.
Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee has always been one to walk to the beat of his own drum, sometimes quite literally, so this latest news should come as no surprise. Yesterday (March 3), Lee personally let his fans know that he’ll no longer be taking part in the meet-and-greet sessions offered up for purchase during their current Australian tour run.
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