Here’s How Mötley Crüe Received A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame In 2006
Mötley Crüe shared a post on its official Instagram page along with bassist Nikki Sixx celebrating the 14th anniversary of the band’s getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame which stands as a permanent symbol for the band’s success in the music industry.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame includes more than 2,690 stars embedded in the sidewalks in Hollywood, California. The stars are unchanging public monuments to achievement in the entertainment industry, displaying the names of musicians, actors, directors, producers, musical and theatrical groups, fictional characters, and others.
Since the Hollywood Walk of Fame is marked by some of the most successful actors, filmmakers, musicians, and celebrities in history, receiving a star is every artist’s biggest dream when it comes to succeeding a must in an artist’s career.
As many of you know, Mötley Crüe received the 2,301st star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame back on January 25, 2006 thanks to being one of the world’s top touring groups with 40 million albums sold in addition to being cited as one of the greatest metal bands of all-time by many magazines and critics along with fans from all over the world.
Recently, the official Instagram page of Mötley Crüe shared a picture from the ceremony day on Instagram and celebrated the 14th anniversary of receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In addition to this, the band asked their fans to tag them in their photos whenever they pay a visit to their star.
Here is what Mötley Crüe said:
“On this day in 2006, we officially got our star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Many of you have visited and tagged us in your photos – make sure you do so we can see them!”
Along with Mötley Crüe, Nikki Sixx also shared the same picture on his official Instagram page and revealed his emotions about receiving a star, especially after seeing those stars which belong to ultimate movie stars on the street in the 70s. Apparently, Sixx never thought he would be on the same street as those artists with a rock and roll band.
Here is what Sixx said:
“I remember walking Hollywood Blvd in the ’70s seeing these stars on the street of big-name movie stars. Never thought I’d be in a rock n roll band with one on the same street.“