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One final tour of 72 dates for the band Motley Crue before they hang up their leather pants and wigs and play golf all day. First of all, the tour will be extended beyond 72 dates so the first part is a lie. The second thing is that they say the band has agreed to never use the name again after this tour. Uh huh. So, when a couple of them start running out of money the next few years who will want to use it first? Someone will. No matter what you heard or they said there will be another Motley Crue tour. Sure, they are basically a self tribute band at this point and haven't done anything original in several decades but they can still make money. On tour. They just won't make enough to cover their expenses doing anything else but playing so they will be back. What they will do is get together for some television event or charity thing and decide to go on the road again and then never get off. This announcement is just about driving ticket sales and getting a higher price for the tickets.
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