TOMMY LEE Says New MÖTLEY CRÜE Live Show Is 'Absolutely Insane'

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee spoke to The Arizona Republic about the group's "Red, White, and Crüe 2005...Better Live Than Dead" tour, which hits Dallas, Texas' Nokia Live tonight (March 17).

"We've always joked about bringing the circus to town," said Lee. "This tour, we're actually bringing the entire (expletive) circus. It's absolutely insane.

"There's always been a certain attitude that's been attached to us since day one.

"If somebody has seen MÖTLEY CRÜE play before, they know exactly what to expect — an absolutely over-the-top rock show with all kinds of crazy stuff going on. No one really does those shows anymore."

Asked whether MÖTLEY CRÜE will make it through all 35 tour dates, Lee laughed and said, "That remains to be seen, my friend.

"You never know with this group. It could last a month or a year."


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