The Song Motley Crue Has Played Live the Most

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December 18, 2019

Mötley Crüe keeps announcing new dates for their monster summer tour with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett. Fans are in for a wild ride as four of the biggest hard rock acts of the 80s and beyond get set take over stadiums everywhere.

Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars are known for putting on explosive shows and they’ve been doing so ever since they formed in Los Angeles. From their first gigs at legendary Sunset Strip haunts like the Whisky and the Roxy, to playing in front of thousands of people in venues across the globe, Mötley Crüe can always be counted on to give fans their money’s worth.

The band first took the stage together on April 24, 1981 at the Starwood in West Hollywood.

“I remember walking down the stairs onto the stage and hardly knowing Tommy and Vince and Mick,” Sixx told LA Weekly in 2015. “But at the same time feeling like I’d known them my whole life. Breaking into that first song, I remember just feeling at home.”

Mötley Crüe packed that night’s set with songs that would appear on their debut album by the end of the year, and they still played some of those like “Too Fast for Love” on what was expected to be their final tour in 2015.

So what can we expect next summer? Here’s a look at the songs Mötley Crüe has played live the most during their career, according to