Motley Crue is a heavy metal band that formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1981. The original lineup consisted of lead vocalist Vince Neil, guitarist Mick Mars, bassist Nikki Sixx, and drummer Tommy Lee.
Motley Crue became famous in the 1980s for their wild and hedonistic lifestyle as well as their hard-hitting music. They released several hit albums, including “Shout at the Devil,” “Theatre of Pain,” and “Girls, Girls, Girls.” The band’s biggest commercial success came with the release of their fifth album, “Dr. Feelgood,” which topped the charts and went on to become their best-selling album to date.
Motley Crue disbanded in 2015 after completing their final tour, which was dubbed “The Final Tour.” However, the band later reunited in 2019 to record new music for the Netflix biopic “The Dirt,” based on their memoir of the same name.