Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee has linked up with the new band GXTP for a song called "Contraband." GXTP, which stands for "guns and toilet paper," features songwriter and producer Poo Bear, who's often worked with Justin Bieber, as well as Triple Sixx and Sasha... Read More.
Pamela Anderson was not happy about Hulu’s Emmy-nominated series Pam & Tommy, and she says her ex-husband, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, reached out to her before it aired because he was concerned for her. “It was just shocking. Tommy probably thought it was funny,” she tells
Mötley Crüe doesn't plan to be staying "Home Sweet Home" for too long over the next couple years. The Los Angeles metallers, who launched their reunion tour this summer after playing their supposed "final" show in 2015, are setting their sights on returning to U.S. stages... Read More.
The Tommy Lee Instagram photo saga took a punny turn during Mötley Crüe's concert in Los Angeles over the weekend. A couple weeks back, the drummer posted a full frontal nude photo of himself that left nothing at all to the imagination on his Instagram.... Read More.
The nominations for the 2022 Emmy Awards were announced today, and two Beatles-related documentary series came away with multiple nods. The Beatles: Get Back, the three-part Disney+ docuseries about the January 1969 recording sessions that yielded the band's Let It Be album, scored five nominations. The... Read More.
Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee was finally able to play a full set for the first time on the Stadium Tour. As previously reported, Lee broke four of his ribs ahead of the tour's launch earlier this month. Against the reported will of his doctors,... Read More.
Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard's long-in-the-works Stadium Tour finally launched Thursday night in Atlanta after a two-year pandemic delay. While the concert marked the first time the "Kickstart My Heart" rockers took the live stage together since they played their "farewell" show in 2015,... Read More.
A few rock-related TV shows and films have been nominated for 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards. The Beatles: Get Back documentary series, which premiered in November 2021 on Disney+, received a nod for the Best Music Documentary honor. Other nominees in that category include... Read More.