December 02, 1999 03:19pm
Sex Jugs & Rock 'N' Roll! Motley Crue and Danni Ashe Team Up to Promote New CD With Live Strip Event
Source: Entertainment Wire
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES) -- Rock's bad boys, Motley Crue, will team up with Internet sex legend Danni Ashe, to promote the band's new Motley Records/Beyond Music CD, "Entertainment or Death."
Crue members Vince Neil and Randy Castillo will step inside Danni's Hard Drive (www.danni.com) this Friday (Dec. 3) at 4 p.m. PT to host three outrageous young women as they strip naked to the newly released live album. Fans who log onto Danni's Hard Drive (www.danni.com) will be able to chat with Vince and Randy as they control the cameras that will stream images across the Internet and around the world.
Said Danni: "It's a thrill to work with Motley Crue -- after all, they wrote 'Girls! Girls! Girls!,' which is one of the great stripping anthems of all time. I've chosen three of my very best girls for Friday, and I'm hoping they can show the boys a few things they've never seen before!"
Danni's Hard Drive has a tradition of providing creative Web-based adult entertainment. Danni herself is a recognized leader in the field, and has been covered extensively on CBS News, ABC News, CNN, Entertainment Tonight, E! and Extra.
She has been on the cover of the Wall St. Journal, USA Today, the Industry Standard, L.A. New Times and Shift, and has been featured in the pages of Details, P.O.V., Raygun and more. Danni's Hard Drive receives more than 7 million hits per day, and generates annual revenues in excess of $6 million.
Motley Crue's essential albums, "Too Fast for Love," "Shout At the Devil," "Theatre of Pain" and "Dr. Feelgood," sold more than 40 million copies and produced more than four top 10 singles.
In addition, the band has played to more than 30 million fans and is credited by some as having helped define rock music and lifestyle to the "MTV Generation." In 1999, Motley Crue re-released their full catalog of eight albums under the title "Crucial Crue," behind the worldwide successful "Maximum Rock" tour.