MÖTLEY CRÜE Collaborate With AMERICAN HI-FI Singer
Singer-guitarist-songwriter Stacy Jones of the Boston-based quartet AMERICAN HI-FI has collaborated with MÖTLEY CRÜE on a song for CRÜE's upcoming CD, according to an update sent out to AMERICAN HI-FI's mailing list. "Vince Neil [vocals] wasn't around, so Stacy cut the vocals while Nikki Sixx [bass] and Tommy Lee [drums] were playing," the message reads. "Dreams come true."
MÖTLEY CRÜE have already demoed at least four songs for inclusion on their next release, including "Black Roses", "Another Bad Day", "Entertain Us" and "Get Out". The material, which was recorded at studios in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, is described by Sixx as very MÖTLEY sounding, I'd say 'Dr. Feelgood' meets 'Shout At the Devil'. It's true rock 'n' roll. Nothing more, nothing less."
Discussions are currently underway for a MÖTLEY CRÜE reunion tour featuring all four original band members — Sixx, Lee, Neil and guitarist Mick Mars. A full-blown trek is expected to kick off in the first quarter of 2005. The band hasn't toured with all four original members since 1999.
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