The 58-year-old musician has not too long ago launched a solo album, ‘Andro’, and although he’d like to discover a option to join with followers with the report, he thinks on-line performances lack the “vitality” of actual stage reveals, one thing that artists have needed to flip to throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
He defined: “I’ve thought of taking part in a few digital performances however the extra I wrap my head round that and all people doing it … music is like this unimaginable indoor and out of doors sport.
“It simply does not come throughout on a pc display screen on a telephone or on a TV set because it does when you’re there. The vitality of the individuals, and the sound system, simply pounding. That simply does not come throughout within the format individuals are doing proper now. However it will be a lot enjoyable to go play.”
Whereas the coronavirus disaster has introduced stay gigs to a halt, Tommy can’t wait till he’s in a position to get again on stage along with his band Motley Crue and doesn’t assume something will ever match the thrill of their first efficiency subsequent yr.
Talking to Large Concern journal, he mentioned: “Each time I take into consideration the lighters within the air and the screaming, after all I miss that. Who would not?
“Particularly now our stadium tour obtained moved again to June 2021, I can simply think about what it may be like being on stage with that many individuals and that vitality when it is OK to be collectively once more.
“It should be priceless – that sort of vitality I am most likely by no means going to see once more in my lifetime. Are you able to think about what that is going to be like? Holy s***.”
The drummer is especially excited for the reveals as they’re taking part in larger venues than ever earlier than.
He added: “We’re pumped to go do a stadium tour, it is one thing we have by no means achieved earlier than and the factor bought out as quickly as tickets went on sale. I miss it, man. I can not anticipate it to come back again round subsequent June.”