Tommy Lee Lawsuit: Photographer Says He Suffered Injuries After Motley Crue Drummer Hit His Camera
Getty Images Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee has been hit with a lawsuit by freelance photographer Freddy Hernandez. Hernandez alleges that on July 7, 2012, he was taking pictures of Lee at a public beach in Palm Beach County, Fla. The lawsuit via Loudmouth claims that Lee "touched and/or struck" Hernandez without his permission, hitting his camera, and a result, Hernandez suffered injurie
Reality Show Rockers: Musicians Who Also Found Fame on Television
These days, it seems like being famous for making awesome music just isn't enough. More and more, musicians are also becoming reality television stars to help expand their personal brands -- and their bank balances. Turn on your flat screen tonight and there's a good chance that one of your favorite mainstream rockers will be mugging on camera for you...
Illustrator Creates ‘Monsters of Rock’ Series Featuring Axl Rose and Others
Browsing the Internet yesterday, Noisecreep came across a visually striking piece of artwork featuring Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose depicted as some kind of nightmarish beast (probably not too far from his ex-bandmates think of him). Anyway, we did some digging and found out the Axl piece was created by Canadian commercial artist Jason Edmiston as part of his new Monsters of Rock series... Read
Tommy Lee Supports Animal Adoption, Calls Pet Stores ‘A Bad Scene’
"The road gets pretty lonely, man, sometimes," Tommy Lee told Rolling Stone in a recent interview. Ordinarily, such a statement might lead into a conversation about drugs and groupies, two things the Mötley Crüe drummer once consumed like food and water, but as it happens, Lee has a new cure for tour monotony: his puppy Bowie. Lee is ...
KISS, Mötley Crüe Tour: Exclusive Interview With Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Eric Singer
Yesterday, March 20, at the historic Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, Calif., in the room where the first Academy Awards ceremony was held in 1929, KISS and Mötley Crüe announced a major assault on the United States this summer. Dubbed simply, 'The Tour,' finds the two iconic hard rock groups joining forces on a co-headlining blitz that starts in July and runs through late September. Both ba... Read

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