Are Arena Football teams becoming the next signature beer for rock bands? Because musician interest in the AFL seems to be growing day by day. Motley Crue singer Vince Neil has become a part owner of the Jacksonville Sharks, and as if that wasn't enough, Neil is planning to bring an AFL team to Las Vegas.
Motley Crue are making sure they go out with a bang rather than a whimper. That includes not only the massive 'Final Tour' they're preparing to embark on, but also the finally realized big screen adaptation of their best-selling book, 'The Dirt.' Director Jeff Tremaine, best known for his work on the 'Jackass' films and 'Bad Grandpa,' was recently chosen to oversee the movie and Loudwire spoke to him about bringing 'The Dirt' to the big screen.
Motley Crue are now one win away from the Classic Cage Match Hall of Fame with their high-energy rocker 'Wild Side.' The 1987 classic just bested Poison's 'Talk Dirty to Me' to earn its fourth victory in a row. But do they have what it takes to complete the run? Another challenger from 1987 will have a say so in that.
Motley Crue have extended their win streak to three in the Classic Cage Match competition. That means with two more victories Motley Crue and their adrenaline-fueled 1987 single 'Wild Side' will be heading to the Classic Cage Match Hall of Fame. But do they have what it takes to survive the next challenge?
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.