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Motley Crue Australia Tour

Monday 29 August 2011

Motley Crue Australia Tour

McManus Entertainment is excited to announce the return of hard rockers Motley Crue to Australia in September. Just when you thought it was safe to come out of the house, the world's most notorious hard rock band is back! Featuring the original line-up of Vince Neil on vocals, Mick Mars on guitar, Nikki Sixx on bass and Tommy Lee on drums, Motley Crue are thrilled to be coming back to Australia in September.

Joining Motley Crue on their Australian tour is Poison frontman and star of the 'Rock of Love' TV series and recent 'Celebrity Apprentice' winner, Bret Michaels. Australian rock legend Doc Neeson, voice of The Angels, will also join this stellar rock and roll line up.

You've been warned Australia... Motley Crue are back!

With just one month until hard rockers Motley Crue return to Australia, McManus Entertainment is very excited to let everyone know that Tommy Lee's 360 degree roller coaster vertical drum kit is on its way to Sydney and Melbourne. This rollercoaster will feature Tommy being launched into multiple loops while continuing to perform.

"When I was a kid, I would go to concerts and wonder why people would leave their seats to get a beer or buy a t-shirt whenever the drummer started his drum solo."Tommy says. "I wanted to show people what happened behind the drum kit, expose and flip it, turn it upside down and fly over the audiences' heads!"

"This is going to be a rockin' gig! The amount of e-mails I have received from fans begging to put on a show like this has been overwhelming. The fans spoke, we listened and it's going to rock! To have all these guys on the one bill is huge. Fans will be thrilled to know that this is the BIG stage production. Australia, get ready to rock!" Said promoter Andrew McManus.

*Due to stage restrictions, Tommy Lee's full 360 degree; vertical drum roller coaster will not be appearing in Brisbane.

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