TOMMY LEE Recruits Top Musicians For Upcoming 'Drummers' Album

SEVENDUST's Morgan Rose, FOO FIGHTERS mainman Dave Grohl, GODSMACK vocalist Sully Erna and JANE'S ADDICTION's Stephen Perkins have been approached by former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee about contributing to a drummers album that Lee is putting together. The disc, currently in the planning stages, will feature a variety of multi-talented stick-bashers on various instruments, according to

"We're gonna do something, but I don't know exactly when it's gonna be because Tommy is writing a lot of stuff and we [SEVENDUST] just finished our [new] record," Rose said. "His idea is to get a lot of drummers together and there's a pile of us that can sing and play guitar. He's the torch holder for drummers, so this will be something really cool. I'm flattered as hell to be a part of it."


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