Mötley Crüe is one of the most successful Hard Rock bands to come out of the 80s. Their bad boy antics and love for partying and women earned them the envy of many a young male head banger. The band saw inception in Los Angeles in 1981, quickly becoming a favorite in the L. A. club scene. Their first album, 'Too Fast for Love' was a collection of raw and raucous tracks, including "Live Wire", "Merry-Go-Round", and "Take Me to the Top". The leather-clad, makeup-wearing rockers had no idea just how big they would become and how much trouble would follow them.   Finally, the original lineup of Mötley Crüe embarked on a successful reunion tour in 2005, selling out across the country, and proving that they can still kick ass.
he Motley Crue Tribute Band Wildside delivers all the hardcore old school Crue tunes you really want to hear. Wildside mixes it up right by playing Motley classics such as Looks That Kill, Dr. Feelgood, and Live Wire as well as hard-core deep cuts like Primal Scream, Bastard and Knock 'em Dead. Formed in 2001 as the 80's Metal cover band Wolfpack, then later renamed Metal Head, the band rocked the NorCal area for a year playing smokin’ Metal classics such as Ozzy's Over the Mountain, Judas Priest's Breakin’ the Law and Dokken's Into the Fire. In late 2002 the band decided that the transition from cover band to tribute band.
       Less than a year ago Wildside was put to rest after a flame engulfed crash took the lives of two of the band members.  Still stinging from the loss drummer  Jason Sahagon remembers that fateful day.  “In an instant The Sky was Red” he said   “I saw the whole thing happen right in front of me. ”            
After mourning for several months Jason began to feel the energy of the people wanting bigger and better tributes.  Pulling himself up from the bootstraps, he started the quest to find a set of rock gods to take the place of what was no more.  

     The daunting task yielded visionaries Mark Merrit from Kiss Tribute Destroyer and Scott Dashiell from Judas Priest Tribute  “Screaming For Vengeance” who joined forces with an old friend Clint Baggarley from the AC/DC tribute “Powerage” to re-invent “WILDSIDE”  With renewed vigor and a new set of smashing vocals and guitars, These guys have literally risen from the ashes to give the people what they want.  The band has already added even more songs than before and is playing them exactly as Motly Crue Intended.  Lewd, Crewed and tattoo’d.  More Tributes PLEASE!!