Motley Crue have offered their first official hint at a summer reunion tour, which is rumored with Def Leppard and Poison also on the bill. The band tweeted a link to a petition, and wrote, “This is interesting…” Fortunately for fans, the petition and image features Vince Neil, Mick Mars, Nikki Sixx, and Tommy Lee, so Mars will not be replaced if the tour takes place as some fans have feared.
The petition Motley Crue linked to states, “To Mötley Crüe – After breaking the replay button on “The Dirt” film, it is clear to me that the only way to fulfill my urge for the Crüe is for you guys to get back on the road. I know it’s not just me with this opinion; your movie has once again put you in the spotlight and built an entire new generation of Crüeheads who have a NATURAL BORN RIGHT to see you on stage. If the rumors circulating about a Mötley Crüe comeback are true, then let this petition solidify it. The new fans need a new tour, PLEASE COME BACK.
If any fellow Crüeheads are reading this, please sign and share to voice your support!”
A Motley Crue member recently revealed a sad video after an arrest. The petition continues, “For those who are too young to remember: Mötley Crüe is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1981. The group was founded by bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, lead singer Vince Neil and lead guitarist Mick Mars.
They recently came back to fame with the Netflix Biopic ‘The Dirt’ which has sparked the fan base to increase streams on platforms such as Spotify dramatically recently. Bringing back memories for older fans and bringing the band into the spotlight for new fans alike.”
Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has also uploaded a new photo of himself with The Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh and former Van Halen singer Sammy Hagar. He wrote, “Fun time hanging with these legends for a great cause! #jamesburtonfoundation #sammyhagar #brianmay #joewalsh #mickydolenz #brianmay #paulshaffer #tanyatucker #vinceneil.” A Motley Crue member recently commented on a horrible drug overdose.