Tommy’s roller coaster drum solo is a nominee for BEST EVENT in the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards! GO VOTE!
Check out Mick’s interview with Artist Direct!
Mötley Crüe Guitarist Mick Mars Talks Las Vegas Residency, Favorite Song, Discovering Jimi Hendrix, and More
“Mötley Crüe guitar-slinger Mick Mars has always stood alone.
With an inimitable style, the axeman revs up the Crüe’s sound with raw riffs that are just as catchy as any of the band’s stadium-sized hooks. When he gets his moment in the spotlight, his bluesy solos illuminate another side of his playing altogether. He’s a guitar hero in the truest sense of the word—a cat who can riff and lead with the best of them.
Right now, he’s in the midst of finishing up the group’s residency stint at The Hard Rock Hotel’s Joint in Las Vegas. Somehow, he manages to get even better with every explosive show…”
MOTLEY CRUE INVADE SIN CITY: CONCERT REVIEW AND EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS – Loudwire
“Motley Crue have never been a band with a hidden agenda, so as I entered The Joint last night (Feb. 15) at the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas, I knew exactly what I was getting myself into — I just wasn’t expecting it to feel so good.
Motley Crue have always put on a live show of the grandest scale with all the pomp, circumstance and theatrics they can scheme up combined with their special own brand of raunch and roll, making for not just a night of great music, but an experience for anyone in attendance. So, take all of that on an average day for the Crue, mix it with Sin City and you can only imagine the results. They traded in their ‘Carnival of Sins’ for ‘Carnival of Sin City’ and invited all of their friends to come along for the ride.”
Nikki appeared on Piers Morgan Tonight last night. Check out the clips below!
Mick recently did an interview with Gibson to talk about Vegas, new music and guitars! Check it out below.
Mötley Crüe’s Mick Mars Talks Las Vegas, New Music and Guitar
“Mötley Crüe were one of the most significant hair metal bands of the ’80s, toting metallic riffs, a mesmerizing visual presentation and a wild-child reputation that earned them legions of adoring fans.
Now, the guys of the Crüe are tearing up Las Vegas during a two-and-a-half week residency at the Hard Rock Hotel’s Joint.
‘It’s going pretty well’ guitarist Mick Mars told Gibson.com about the run, which kicked off February 3. ‘The first few days that you play a new venue, you have to get adjusted to the room, adjusted to the sound and adjusted to get the production, right, and that kind of stuff, and it’s getting better and better every night.'”