After announcing the reunion tour, a newly unearthed video clip of Mick Mars giving an interview on “That Metal Show” is out and it finds the MÖTLEY CRÜE guitarist discussing the possibility of band reuniting for more tours after the completion of its 2015 “final” trek.
Here was the statement from Mick:
“Let me put it this way: If that happens, I will invite the world to come for free.”
This was pointed out by “That Metal Show” co-host Eddie Trunk. He said:
“Wow! This is amazing! What a fun episode this was with @mrmickmars @MotleyCrue … but I totally forgot he said this.. until a caller reminded me today. well here’s one tour that won’t be expensive I guess #FreeTicketsToTheWorld thx to @ThatMetalShow !”
Mick has now addressed his statement 5 years later.
“While I was clearly joking about the free tickets that night on TMS, I was also deeply convinced that we would never ever be touring again. I would never have expected to be facing a whole new generation of fans demanding to see us play.
“In fact, touring with Motley Crue comes at a weird place in time, since my solo record is almost complete after such a long time of writing and recording. But, I put our fans first.
“Anyways, I am eating a lot of crow and humble pie this Thanksgiving for those remarks and accept that some of you see this as me being dishonest. I said what I said and I was wrong. Peace.”
Legendary rockers Mötley Crüe have entertained us with some of the classic glam rock songs in the last few decades. Having sold 100 million albums worldwide has made them one of the best-selling bands of all time. Fans love the Crue boys and without any doubt, 1989’s Dr. Feelgood is Mötley Crüe’s most popular album which reached number one. Motley Crue boys have also achieved seven platinum or multi-platinum certifications, six Top 20 pop singles, twenty-two Top 40 mainstream rock hits, and nine Top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 chart. Vince Neil is one of the most loved frontmen in the history of rock music.