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MÖTLEY CRÜE Seems To Be Teasing A Very Small New York City Show

Mötley Crüe appears to be slated for a “secret show” at The Bowery in New York City on May 6. All we know so far is that Mötley Crüe posted a flyer for a band called 1981 – the year they were founded – for the venue and date, which corresponds with The Bowery’s website.

Mötley Crüe did something similar in 2023 under the name Dogs Of War at The Underworld in London, so clearly they’re down with the occasional small show. And for those wondering, The Bowery has a maximum cap of 600 people.

Mötley Crüe recently signed to Big Machine Records for the release of some new music, the first of which was the single “Dogs Of War”.

“It’s a great match for us,” said Mötley Crüe vocalist Vince Neil in an interview with Classic Rock. “We’re good friends with [founder/CEO] Scott Borchetta, who put together the Nashville Outlaws album back in 2014. His company just knows radio, how to get it out there, how to get the right people listening.”

Borchetta added: “Mötley Crüe on Big Machine! Growing up in Southern California, I was in Hollywood when these new sheriffs showed up and took over the city. It was loud. It was powerful. It was game-changing. Nikki, and Tommy, along with new guitarist John 5, have reignited the flame with ferocious new Crüe music. Fans will unite… SHOUT!”

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