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All Four Original Members of The World’s Most Infamous Rock Band Release New Single and Video While Also Heralding New Anthology Album
The City of West Hollywood would not allow Motley Crue to hold their press conference to announce their reunion tour at the Whisky A Go-Go (the event was moved to the legendary Hollywood Palladium) and the L.A. Fire Marshal prohibited the band from landing their “Red, White & Crue” helicopter (which was already approved by the FAA) at the Palladium (and again for the band’s appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”)… the bad boys of rock are still coming to pollute a city near you.
Motley Crue’s new single, “If I Die Tomorrow,” is already a success. It is the #1 most added song on both Mainstream and Active Rock formats in its first week. Jim Richards of Clear Channel stated, “’If I Die Tomorrow’ is a contemporary song. The radio stations are getting a big response from fans because they know they are part of something special.”
“Red, White & Crue Tour 2005…Better Live Than Dead,” the world tour, begins February 17th and is turning out to be one of the hottest tickets around. The Motley Crue Reunion was fueled by the diligent efforts of Mags Revell, a
The desire of the fans to see the original Crue back together was the reason the band reunited. Now that it’s happened, they are continuing to show their support. With the announcement that Motley Crue is going to reveal 30 new concert dates on January 3rd, members of