John Corabi was the vocalist for Motley Crue from 1992 to 1996, and it looks like Corabi and Crue guitarist Mick Mars may work together again in the near future.
Motley Crue know a thing or two about putting on rock shows and Mick Mars says many of today's rock shows are lacking something.
This week's 'That Metal Show' will feature a pair of rockers who have kept the rock spirit alive in four different decades. The main panel guest of the night will be Motley Crue's Mick Mars. The guitarist, making his first ever appearance on the show, will also be joined by Cinderella frontman Tom Keifer, who is also promoting his new 'The Way Life Goes' solo album.
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.
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.