Motley Crue enjoyed country tribute
Motley Crue thought their country tribute album was "really cool" but have no plans for any similar records in the future.
Motley Crue thought their country tribute album was "really cool".
The heavy metal group recently had a number of their songs covered by the likes of Rascal Flatts, LeAnn Rimes, and Florida Georgia Line on 'Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue' but though they enjoyed the record, they insist there aren't plans for any similar albums in the future.
Singer Vince Neil told FoxNews.com: "No that was it. It turned out great, though. I mean we just kind of let those artists do what they wanted to do. Some of them followed the songs, a lot of them went out and did their own thing. They made it really cool."
Vince and his bandmate Nikki Sixx recently joked working with the artists on the album had taught them how to write a country song.
Vince said: "You're young, and you go out drinking, drugging and writing songs. Bad stuff happens; You lose your wife, your house, your car."
Nikki added: "And you write a song about it."
Though Motley Crue enjoyed the album, they had no input into the songs covered, or the artists involved in the project.