MTLEY CRE On 'Piers Morgan Tonight': Preview Clip Available
Tune in tonight (Thursday, December 1) to watch CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" as the iconic rock group MTLEY CRE makes a special announcement at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The band has been giving out clues leading up to something big and tonight the wait is over as all the clues get added up. Be sure to tune back in tomorrow (Friday, December 2) to watch CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" at 9 p.m. ET/PT for a special full-hour long interview. Vince Neil (vocals), Mick Mars (guitars), Nikki Sixx (bass) and Tommy Lee (drums) open up to Piers about women, addiction and much more. "For me, it just quit working, and it started to go the other way," Sixx told Piers Morgan about kicking his heroin addiction. "It wasn't fun anymore." He added, "I didn't have a family then, the band was the only family I had. I didn't want to throw the band away, the music away, for that, it wasn't worth it."
Check out a preview clip below.
According to Robin Leach of the Las Vegas Sun, MTLEY CRE will become the first hard rock band to sign a short-term residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. The CRE is rumored to be playing a nearly monthlong series of three-and four-night concerts a week at the off-Strip casino starting at the end of February.
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