Tag Archives: Mötley Crüe

Craziest Tour Riders in Rock

Top Ten Craziest Tour Riders in Rock

While recent studies have suggested that there are a number of health benefits associated with rock music, some of the tour riders on this list are about as far away from healthy as you can imagine. From bald, toothless hookers to boa constrictors – not to mention copious amounts of alcohol – some of these tour riders have doubtless driven ...

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Motley Crue launch pledge to mark 30th anniversary of ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’

Iconic LA rockers Motley Crue are releasing special 30th-anniversary bundles of their 4x platinum album Girls, Girls, Girls. These bundles are exclusive to Pledge Music, including coloured vinyl, cassettes,  commemorative poster/lithograph, vintage t-shirt, vinyl test pressings, a limited edition, numbered drum head, a flexi single of ‘Wild Side’, ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ patch, and more! Click here to pledge to the ...

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“Mötley Crüe: The End”, the very last experience you cannot miss.

Tonight, on the 3rd of October, a small group of us press representatives have gathered at the Soho Screening Rooms to relive the last night of the Mötley Crüe ‘Final Tour’, that unforgettable final concert at Staples Center in their hometown of Los Angeles, on New Year’s Eve in 2015, just a few miles from the Sunset Strip where the band’s infamous ...

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Review: The Dead Daisies – Make Some Noise

Heavyweight promotion told us to invest our ticket money on the likes of The Kings of Chaos and Hollywood Vampires but The Dead Daisies (featuring people who’ve played with such diverse outfits as Guns N’Roses, Nine Inch Nails, Thin Lizzy, Robert Palmer and the goddamn Rolling Stones) have been sweating their asses off in clubs, at festivals and on star-studded support ...

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Guns N Roses’ ex- manager releases book revealing untold stories

Appetite for Dysfunction: A Cautionary Tale is an all-access pass into the early days of Guns N’ Roses, Poison, Mötley Crüe and the debaucherous ‘80s Sunset Strip… And rock manager Vicky Hamilton reveals in a uncensored tell-all book. At 22, Vicky Hamilton left her hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and arrived on the Sunset Strip as a wide-eyed blonde with an ear ...

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Interview: All Hail The Yeti

All Hail The Yeti are a band that know what they want, they know who they are, and they are focused on their path towards the light. Hailing from where many would believe the light already sits, Hollywood, LA. We sat down with vocalist Connor Garritty, before their show with 36 Crazyfists at The Marble Factory in Bristol. Connor is ...

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Alice Cooper offers to ‘kill’ Motley Crue after last gig

The iconic shock-rocker Alice  Cooper, who ‘dies’ several times on stage himself has offered to ‘kill’ Motley Crue on the last date of their farewell tour . Cooper is the official special guest act for the tour which has been legally contracted to be their last ever gigs as Motley Crue.  In an interview with Triple M he revealed he ...

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Mötley Crüe – All Bad Things Must Come To An End

Everything bad is good for you… “The world’s most notorious rock band” reads Mötley Crüe‘s autobiography, and rightly so. Notorious in the best possible way. A band whose outrageous antics during the 80’s might as well have given birth to the saying “Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll”. Mötley Crüe are one of the best selling artist of all time, selling 80 million albums ...

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