Morley Crue Not Going To Disappear Despite Retirement

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(Classic Rock) Nikki Sixx says Motley Crue will continue to be engaged with their fans despite having called it quits at the start of the year. The bassist says the band's legacy is too big to simply walk away, adding: "There's going to be Motley in your life for a long time."

Motley Crue played their last ever gig on New Year's Eve, and the performance at the Staples Center in Los Angeles was filmed for an upcoming DVD release.

Sixx tells One On One With Mitch Lafon: "We have a live DVD of our last performance ever that we've just finished mixing. It looks fantastic. It was a great show.

"We have a legacy that needs to be curated. We have vintage merchandise. We plan on obviously staying engaged with our fans. It's not like we're simply going to disappear. The Motley Crue movie will come out. There's going to be Motley in your life for a long time. In one way or another." Read more and listen to the full interview here.

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