TOMMY LEE: 'Tommyland' At No. 28 On NEW YORK TIMES Bestseller List

The Chicago Sun-Times caught up with Tommy Lee and asked the former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer if he was worried about losing his edge doing reality shows instead of performing. "Nah. Not at all," he explained. "I've gotten real good at knowing when to flip the switch, from being a rock and roll star to being a dad and dealing with all that."

Asked about the biggest misconception about him, Lee said, "That's a good question, but there's so many. I think you'd have to ask somebody else — somebody who knows me real good — but that's just something I can't answer."

In other news, Lee signed copies of his autobiography, "Tommyland", at the Boston University Barnes and Noble in Boston, Massachusetts on Friday (Oct. 29). Check out pictures from Film Magic.

"Tommyland", published last month via Atria Books (the hardcover imprint of Simon & Schuster), is currently at No. 28 on The New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction Bestseller list.


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