MÖTLEY CRÜE: 'MTV Icon', 'Farewell' Tour Set For 2005

November 27, 2003

MÖTLEY CRÜE's webmaster has addressed the group's persistent reunion rumors with the following message posted on the band's official web site:

"MÖTLEY CRÜE reunion tour rumors have been posted all over the Internet the last few days. The reports have the band touring anywhere from this December to sometime in 2004. With all of these inconsistencies, who knows for sure what's really going on? I spoke with [bassist] Nikki [Sixx] [Wednesday] afternoon to see if we could get a better idea of what MÖTLEY CRÜE has planned for the near future.

"According to Nikki, the 'MTV Icon' special has been pushed back to February 2005. The movie, which is based on the band's autobiography, 'The Dirt', will be released in the first quarter of 2005 and will be supported with the band's farewell tour. The band and all associated management companies have been working for quite a while to make all of this happen. Nikki also hopes the band will be able to release one last studio album for the tour. Please check future posts in Nikki's diary page on Motley.com for additional information about all of these projects."

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