Motley Crue Rocks London in Rare Club Gig performing as “Dogs of Far”


Motley Crue played a rare club gig in London on Friday, June 30th, under the name Dogs Of Far. The venue accommodated 450 people, and the buzz about the gig began earlier in the week when the band shared a post on social media announcing the performance of the band Dogs of War at the legendary club, The Underworld.

During the gig, Motley Crue performed a set similar to the one they deliver every night on their Stadium Tour. However, they also included a cover of the Beastie Boys’ “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!).”

The band stated that this was not their first secret and rare club gig and expressed their intention to do more in the future.

For the fortunate fans who attended the club that night, this would likely be an unforgettable experience to be so close to the band, with them playing on club amps without elaborate production, light effects and things like that.

Whether you love them or hate them, Motley Crue certainly still knows how to be cool.

Check out our live review from the band’s concert in Budapest this year from the Stadium Tour.

Dogs Of War concert setlist:

01. Wild Side
02. Shout At The Devil
03. Too Fast For Love
04. Live Wire
05. Looks That Kill
06. Rock and Roll, Part 2 / Smoke’ In The Boys’ Room / Helter Skelter / Anarchy In The UK / Blitzkrieg Pop
07. (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!)
08. Dr. Feelgood
09. Girls, Girls, Girls
10. Primal Scream
11. Kickstart My Heart

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