VINCE NEIL Says New MÖTLEY CRÜE Show Is Biggest They've Ever Done
Launch Radio Networks is reporting that MÖTLEY CRÜE has been in intense rehearsals for its upcoming tour, which kicks off on February 14 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Besides its high-energy musical performances, the group has a reputation for lavish stage productions, and frontman Vince Neil said this year's show will be no exception. "All I can really say is it's the biggest thing we've ever done," he told Launch. "It's the wildest. It's got more visuals. It tops anything that we've ever done. It's amazing, and I can't tell you about it. I'll just say it this way: we're definitely bringing the circus to town."
Neil confirmed that the show will include some sort of drum solo stunt by Tommy Lee, who has previously played on wildly rotating kits and in the rafters, bungee-jumping when he finished.
The group currently has dates booked through mid-June in North America and Europe. The tour is expected to last at least 18 months. "Red, White And Crüe", a two-CD compilation featuring three new songs, was released earlier this week.
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