TOMMY LEE: 'I've Been A Closet Dance Music Fan For A Long Time'

Photos of former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee's recent drumming/DJing appearance at the Posh dance nightclub on Long Island, New York have been posted online at this location.

Lee will combine his drumming and DJing in Ibiza this summer, according to Mix magazine. Tommy began a short U.S. tour of his drumming/DJing combo, which he now plans on taking over to "the devil's island." Lee told Mix, "I've been a fan of electronic music forever! Most people know me for making rock music, but my last two projects had techno and industrial elements on there, so I'm dying to get back into the scene because that's what I am. I've been a closet dance music fan for a long time. The people who know me know that I play that shit 24 hours a day."

With regards to his DJing gig, Lee recently told Vue Weekly, "I take this very seriously. I would hope that people who do come out [to see me] would have an open mind. The people who do get really excited when they see me play the drums and see me happy. I think we've put together some of the best music you’re going to hear in a club."

Upcoming TOMMY LEE appearances:

Jul. 30 - The Arena (Private Event) - Puerto Rico
Aug. 13 - The Intersection - Grand Rapids, MI
Aug. 18 - Pacha - Ibiza, SP
Aug. 21 - MysteryLand - Amsterdam, NL
Aug. 29 - Escape - Minneapolis, MN
Sep. 18 - Moda - Cleveland, OH

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