John 5, the current guitarist of Rob Zombie, has shared a throwback picture of himself taken with Mötley Crüe’s lead guitarist Mick Mars on stage and clarified the matter whether he will be the second guitarist on the Stadium Tour.
Lately, John 5 has highly delighted his fans by posting an amazing photo that was shot when he got on the stage with the legendary guitarist and co-founder of Mötley Crüe, Mick Mars. The fans of both John 5 and Mars have commented on the post to say that they are extremely glad to see the two legends together.
Moreover, some of John 5’s followers wondered if he is going to fill in with Mötley Crüe on their upcoming tour or be the band’s second guitarist. John has reacted to this rumor and stated that he won’t take part as the second guitarist in the Stadium Tour.
As you know, the band decided to move all 2020 North American Stadium Tour dates into the summer of 2021 for the reason of safety. Mötley Crüe announced that all the tickets will be honored for the new dates and if the ticket holders cannot make the new show, they will receive the refund. The band revealed the rescheduled dates on their website.
Here is what John 5 said in his recent Instagram post by mentioning Rob Zombie and the photographer Rob Fenn:
“Mars. Rob Zombie. Rob Fenn.”
A fan whose name is Todd asked in the comments:
“Any truth to the rumor that you were going to be filling in with Motley Crue on the Stadium Tour or as a second guitar player?”
John 5 responded as:
“No, just a rumor.”
You can see the post below.