TOMMY LEE To Hold Online Chat

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee will be conducting an online chat tonight via his web site (registration required) beginning at 9:00 p.m. PST. In addition, Tommy's web site is currently hosting "never-before-seen vintage footage from when they were filming the MÖTLEY CRÜE video 'Uncensored 1986' at the hotel room with Steve-o from 'Jackass' before a gig in LA, some METHODS OF MAYHEM backstage and much more on the way....hours of broadband streaming video!" according to Lee's newsletter. "Guys, if you are connected to the Internet high-speed on DSL or cable windows machines you can watch the video full-screen just like TV well not regular TV... Tommy Lee TV! We're pushing the internet as far as it can go with Tommy's broadcast network....this is a unique web site and you'll see why it's a membership site we're not talking about a couple video and audio clips this is tons of video....and the ultimate premium content..... Tommy is working on everything with us including the journal he just started. He took some pictures in New Jersey we're gonna post tonight! We also just opened the store with our first products with the new logo ... t-shirts and a hat you can order now if your [sic] at one of the club gigs we'll see ya with those on. We'll be bringing in all sorts of cool stuff to the store and we'd love to hear what you'd like to see available!"


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