In the summer of 1994, the Crüe attempted to tour without original singer Vince Neil
Punch-outs, drunken antics and revolution at the 1989 festival where Bon Jovi, Mötley Crüe, Ozzy Osbourne and others rocked for peace and freedom
"We loved to fight. We loved to fuck. We loved to play heavy metal," bassist Nikki Sixx says
"The promoters asked if I was available, and I said yes," Mötley Crüe singer says of January 20th gig
Mötley Crüe singer avoids jail time in plea deal over bizarre Las Vegas fight
Hip-hop, pop, punk and rock came to vital collision, paving the way for the Nineties
Onstage at Download Festival, an unlikely reunion of former Eighties L.A. metal rivals took place
Also, see heavy-metal band play fiery "Girls, Girls, Girls" at final concert
Duff McKagan reminisces about band's big break in clip from 'It's So Easy and Other Lies'
Kiss member calls ex-Motley Crue bassist's remarks an "unimportant but annoying squeak"
Bassist's band Sixx:A.M. to release new album 'Prayers for the Damned' next week
After video of Mötley Crüe singer and Nicolas Cage emerges, police confirm investigation into whether Neil assaulted woman
Proudly retro crew boasts cosigns from the Rolling Stones and Mötley Crüe, plus a frontman who won't be denied arena-size glory
Arnold Schwarzenegger to host following NBC's split with Donald Trump
"The premise was, 'We have to make this the most fucking insane thing that's ever happened and no one will ever be able to pull this off,'" Tommy Lee says