The topic of Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars' health has been a talking point amongst fans for a very long time. Within the past few years, various members of Motley Crue have noted Mars' condition as the reason they will soon call it quits, but Mick Mars has denounced these statements yet again.
According to Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, the band will soon be singing its swan song. In a new interview, Lee spoke about upcoming plans for a Motley Crue farewell tour, citing guitarist Mick Mars' battle with ankylosing spondylitis as one of the reasons for Crue's end.
Zakk Wylde is one of metal's all-time greats. The beloved shredder was recruited by Ozzy Osbourne in 1987, just in time to record 'No Rest for the Wicked.' Wylde is one of the world's fastest guitarists, able to cram a ridiculous amount of notes into one measure using the "chicken pickin" style. Wylde went on to front Black Label Society, having found success with eight studio albums recorded since 1999.
Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars has signed online to alert fans that he's okay after being knocked to the ground mid-performance by a concertgoer who rushed the stage in Saskatchewan, Canada Saturday night (May 4).
Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars had a scary moment last night (May 4) after an audience member got loose at their show and proceeded to rush the stage, knocking over Mars in the process while making a beeline toward Vince Neil.
Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars recently dished on the band's upcoming projects, including the highly-anticipated film based on 'The Dirt,' and offered his opinion on singer Vince Neil's recent retirement statements.
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