MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee's upcoming reality TV series, "Tommy Lee Goes to College", is scheduled to premiere on NBC on August 9.The show, which was filmed last fall, follows the tattooed drummer as he studies, auditions for the marching band and attends Cornhusker games at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Lee recently entered into an agreement with Handleman Company to have his new solo album, "Tommyland: The Ride", released to in conjunction with the reality show. Produced by Scott Humphrey, who along with Carl Stubner of Sanctuary Artist Management played an instrumental role with Handleman in constructing the new distribution concept, "Tommyland: The Ride" features guest performances by such established artists as Chad Kroeger of NICKELBACK, Carl Bell of FUEL, Deryck Whibley of SUM 41, Butch Walker, Joel Madden of GOOD CHARLOTTE, and Nick Carter of the BACKSTREET BOYS.
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