Rolling Stone: Motley Crue Kick Off Massive Summer Tour With ‘Over-the-Top’ Spectacle

Posted on June 7th, 2011

Against all odds, Mötley Crüe have survived through 30 years of bad behavior and loud music. Tonight, they’re marking the unlikely anniversary with the Dallas kickoff of a 45-date summer tour of North America. “It’s pretty massive, more than we’ve done in quite a while,” 60-year-old guitarist Mick Mars tells Rolling Stone. “We’ve got much more pyro going on than Rammstein. The pyro is over the top, the lighting is awesome, the stage is bigger than it’s been in quite a while. I’m very thrilled and excited.”

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