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Motley Crue to get star on Hollywood Boulevard

Motley Crue to get star on Hollywood Boulevard 


No clowing around Tommy, or Mick is gonna tip over.

The following was sent to us by the fine folks over at www.motley.com


WHO: Motley Crue

Honorary Mayor of Hollywood Johnny Grant

Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, President/CEO Leron Gubler

WHAT:  2,301st Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

WHERE: 6752 Hollywood Boulevard in front of the Musician’s Institute

WHEN:  Wednesday, January 25, at 11:30 a.m.

Rock’s most notorious bad boys, Motley Crue, have sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, documented their quintessentially decadent lifestyle in their best-selling 2001 autobiography and soon-to-be feature film, The Dirt, and had one of the top-grossing tours of 2005, with all four original members reuniting to play before an estimated one million people in the U.S.

Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx first joined forces in 1981, their albums generating such iconic singles as "Smokin in the Boys Room", "Girls Girls Girls", "Dr. Feelgood" and "Dont Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)".  As one of the most indulgent bands in history, their reckless lifestyle eventually took its toll, and they disbanded in 1999. With their reunion six years later, Motley Crue released the double-platinum Red, White & Crue and spent most of the year on the road for their Carnival of Sins tour; the next leg begins in February and is on sale now.

Carnival Of Sins, the live-concert 2-DVD set documenting last year’s infamous top-grossing reunion tour is now available.  The live companion CD to the DVD "Carnival Of Sins Live", Volume I&II will be in stores February 7.  Additionally, a special pay-per-view broadcast of "Carnival Of Sins Live" will premiere March 24th at 10:00pm EST/7:00 pm PST on Events In-Demand Pay-Per-View.

For more information on Motley Crue, visit: www.motley.com

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