NY Times: TOMMY LEE Makes 'Dismal' Attempt At Crossing Over To Dance World

According to the New York Times, former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee "made a dismal attempt at crossing over to the dance world, drumming along with a D.J." at this past weekend's Ultra Music Festival, an annual dance-music gathering that recently joined forces with the Winter Music Conference, an annual weeklong dance-music get-together based in Miami Beach.

In other news, Lee is currently making available autographed copies of all albums he has worked on, either with or without MÖTLEY CRÜE, at $25 a pop via his official web site. Click here for more details.


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