TOMMY LEE Performs At Ghostbar Grand Opening In Dallas: Photos Available

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee made a DJing appearance on Day 2 (July 1) of the grand opening party of the Ghostbar, "a sultry and sophisticated indoor-outdoor lounge and sky deck on the very tip-top, 33rd floor of the new W Hotel" in Dallas. Check out pictures from Wire Image.

MÖTLEY CRÜE are believed to have commenced the songwriting/demoing process for their new studio album with producer Bob Rock, who previously worked with CRÜE on their "Dr. Feelgood" and self-titled albums, as well as the three new tracks that appeared on CRÜE's two-CD "greatest hits" collection, "Red, White & Crüe" (which came out in February 2005). An early 2007 release is expected.

MÖTLEY CRÜE will be teaming up with AEROSMITH for "The Route of All Evil" North American tour beginning in early September.


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