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Country Stars Sign On For Motley Crue Tribute Album

Country Stars Sign On For Motley Crue Tribute Album

Lots of country stars are signing on to be a part of a Motley Crue Tribute Album. Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, Eli Young Band, Cassadee Pope and LeAnn Rimes are the first artists confirmed to take part in a country tribute album to heavy metal legends Mötley Crüe. The project is due out this summer in conjunction with the Crüe’s final tour launching July 2 in Michigan. Look for more artists to join the tribute album in the coming weeks. Mötley Crüe announced The Final Tour Tuesday at a press conference in Los Angeles. The band members even signed an agreement promising they would not tour as Mötley Crüe ever again after this two-year trek. As a teenager in the 80′s I was a HUGE fan of this band. Some of my favorites were ” Smokin’ In The Boys Room”, “Kickstart My Heart”,  “Girls, Girls, Girls”, ” Home Sweet Home” and ” Dr Feelgood”.  I can totally hear Brantley doing ” Dr. Feelgood” and  Florida Georgia Line would kill ” Girls, Girls, Girls!”

 

 

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