Motley Crue may have announced their farewell tour, but they are not necessarily folding as a band.
According to an article posted Jan 31 at UltimateClassicRock.com, the veteran Los Angeles rockers' frontman Vince Neil claims the "Dr. Feelgood" hitmakers will definitely cease touring, but will still make music and occasional future appearances together.
In an interview with KDKB in Phoenix, the 52-year-old singer clarifies the band's plans, saying, "We’re still gonna be making music. We’re still [gonna be selling] merchandise and stuff like Motley Crue things.”
Asked about the band performing at possible future events such as a Hall of Fame induction, the singer adds, "Probably so, but that would probably be it. I mean, there’s no more touring.”
Earlier this week, The World's Most Notorious Band announced the dates for their farewell tour and appeared on "CBS This Morning," revealing that the members had signed a sworn legal contract guaranteeing there would be no possibility of future Motley Crue roadwork beyond the upcoming tour.
Canadian stops include: Aug. 10 Toronto, ON - Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, Nov. 18 Edmonton, AB – Rexall Place, Nov. 19 Calgary, AB – Scotiabank Saddledome and Nov. 21 Vancouver, BC - Rogers Arena.
For more information, check out Motley.com.
Did you know? Motley Crue is currently working on their tenth studio album, which is tentatively due for release in 2014.