One of the most popular photographers of the rock music scene and also the private photographer of bands like Iron Maiden, Metallica, and Mötley Crüe, Ross Halfin, has posted a bunch of unseen photos of the Crüe and celebrated the 27th anniversary of their legendary self-titled album.
As you might already know, Mötley Crüe’s self-titled album has achieved Gold status in 1994 and sold half-a-million copies just in the United States. Right after that, Crüe had a promotional press tour in the same year and according to the caption of the post, Ross Halfin took these photos for the tour book of the band.
While almost 10K follower of Ross and also Crüe fans have pushed the like button to celebrate the 27th anniversary of Mötley Crüe, one of the followers who has commented on the post was the Crüe bassist and also the co-founder of the band, Nikki Sixx.
Here is what Ross Halfin shared about the photos:
“Mötley Crüe – Mötley Crüe came out on this day in 1994 . Was it really 27 years ago? That sort of shocks me a bit, I didn’t realize it was so long ago. These were taken around Los Angeles when we’d spent a couple of days shooting for the tour book.”
And here is what Nikki Sixx wrote:
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