Who Is The Richest Motley Crue Member? Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, Mick Mars Net Worth In 2023

Who is the richest Motley Crue member today in 2023? Mötley Crüe members – Tommy Lee, the bassist Nikki Sixx, the singer Vince Neil, and the guitarist Mick Mars – are some of the richest musicians in rock scene. However, let’s see Motley Crue members net worth in 2023.

Motley Crue is a heavy metal band that was formed in Los Angeles in 1981 by the current members. Although the band announced its retirement in 2015 after spending 34 years in the community, Motley Crue announced in 2018 that they recorded some new material for biographical comedy-drama film related to the band, The Dirt.

Throughout its career, Motley Crue has released 9 studio albums, 3 live albums, 8 compilation albums, 9 video albums, 32 music videos, 3 EPs, 30 singles, 2 box sets.

The albums the band has released throughout their entire career from 1981 to 2021 have sold more than 100 million copies worldwide. As reported in 2020, Motley Crue’s net worth is more than $250 million.

The band’s members have been living their life very well. Also, as some of you know, those four, Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, and Mick Mars, are among the richest metal musicians. They have expensive homes, cars, and all that stuff. They are always in front of their fans’ radars.

Furthermore, 2022 was a great year for Mötley Crüe. It was reported that this summer’s long-awaited Stadium Tour has sold over 1.3 million tickets and earned a whopping $173.5 million. Averaging over $5 million per stop, the tour’s most expensive stop was their two-night stay at Fenway Park in Boston. On those nights, Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard sold over 64,000 tickets for a total of $9.3 million.

So, if you ask the richest Motley Crue member, let’s see Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, and Mick Mars‘ net worth in 2023.

Mötley Crüe Members Net Worth In 2023

Nikki Sixx

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Net Worth: $55 Million

Nikki Sixx is an American musician, radio host, photographer, author, and fashion designer. He is best known for his musical tenure with his co-founding band Motley Crue.

Throughout his musical tenure with his band Motley Crue, Nikki Sixx appeared in entire albums of the band and released nine studio albums. Releasing his debut in 1981, titled Too Fast For Love, Sixx and Crue released their ninth and final album in 2008, titled Saints Of Los Angeles.

Besides his Crue career, Nikki Sixx has a huge solo career and side project, Sixx: A.M. He released five studio albums with his side project. Also, the three-time bestselling author Nikki Sixx will be releasing a new book on October 19, named The First 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx.

Earlier this month(November 2022), Nikki Sixx bought a new house for $6.9 million in California. The 7,836-square-feet house has five bedrooms and six bathrooms in total. See one of the photos of the house below.

Nikki Sixx new house in California
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Furthermore, Nikki Sixx added one more car to his garage. Recently, he announced that he owned a 2023 Rolls Royce Ghost, which is around $400,000 and $500,000. He shared his happiness with his fans using his Instagram account – see below.

Nikki Sixx owns a new car
image: Nikki Sixx IG

What is Nikki Sixx’s net worth in 2023? As of January 2023, Nikki Sixx’s net worth is $55 million.

Vince Neil

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Net Worth: $60 Million

Vince Neil is an American musician who is the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Motley Crue.

Vince Neil was born in Hollywood, California, on February 8, 1961. As well as he fell in love with music, Vince Neil was also interested in basketball, football, wrestling, surfing, and horses.

Joined Motley Crue in 1981, Vince Neil was discovered when he was a member of his band Rock Candy. Although Vince Neil parted ways and reunited with the band several times, he appeared on eight of nine studio albums of Motley Crue.

Besides his Crue tenure, Vince Neil has a successful solo career. He released three solo studio albums. Unleashing his debut in 1993, titled Exposed, Neil released his third and the most recent album in 2010, titled Tattoos & Tequila.

What is the net worth of Vince Neil? Today in 2023, Vince Neil’s net worth is around $60 million.

Mick Mars

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Net Worth: $70 Million

The lead guitarist and co-founder of the heavy metal band Motley Crue, Mick Mars, is an American musician. The musician is known for his aggressive and melodic solos in his band Motley Crue.

Mick Mars was born in Indiana on May 4, 1951. The musician moved to California at his 9th age. He dropped out of high school to play guitar for his remaining life.

The musician played guitar in a series of unsuccessful blues-based rock bands throughout the 1970s. After spending a decade in the community, Mick Mars put a want ad in the Los Angeles newspaper, describing himself as a loud, rude, and aggressive guitar player. Later then, Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee contacted him and hired him. Mick Mars has been the guitar player of the band since that moment.

So, what is the net worth of Mick Mars? As of 2023, Mick Mars’ net worth is estimated at $70 million. He is the richest member of Motley Crue, alongside Tommy Lee.

Tommy Lee

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Net Worth: $70 Million

Tommy Lee is an American musician who is a founding member and drummer of the heavy metal band Motley Crue.

He was born in Athens, Greece, on October 3, 1962. The musician received his first drum sticks when he was four years old, according to him. Dropped out of high school to pursue a musical career, Tommy Lee received his first proper drum kit when he was a teenager.

Throughout his career with his band Motley Crue, Tommy Lee released eight studio albums. Besides his tenure with his band, Lee has released three solo studio albums as a solo musician.

What is the net worth of Tommy Lee? Today in 2023, Tommy Lee’s net worth is estimated at $70 million, which makes him the richest Mötley Crüe member, with Mick Mars.

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  1. Pretty sure they are, Vince had a debt to pay for his drunken behavior and it’s all about the side gigs and promos.

  2. This is great news now please can these over the hill has beens just go home already. Also you can subtract at least 1 million off of Vince Meals income due to latest hospital bills!?!
    Throw in the towel guys thanks for the memories. I’m not hating just caring for their well being…

  3. they are paid the same there net worth is with side ventures books whatever makes there individual income

  4. I agree with the other guy it’s time to throw in the towel. The put in all of years of work but now it’s time to chill and enjoy all the money that they made. Touring is for the young. Your minds and spirit may still be young but the body get worn out. Trying to keep going going In your 60’s&70’s is not only dumb but it’s dangerous. If you want to stay in music write songs for people there’s no money in singing and playing the music everybody knows the money is in publishing. So kick back put your feet up and enjoy all the success that you’ve accomplished.

  5. Tommy Lee does a lot of solo stuff, Mick Mars doesn’t do anything really so he doesn’t spend his money, Vince Neil is always in legal issues, and Nikki Sixx takes pictures these days so..

  6. I agree with most of the naysayers. Retire its time to call it a day. That is unless you take up residency in Vegas as a lounge lizard.

  7. It’s not really about “who gets paid” what (of course if they didn’t and hadn’t gotten paid…a LOT…we wouldn’t still be talking about them)…it really comes down to “who has to pay out…what?” Some lifestyle are just more expensive than others…doesn’t make either better or worse…we all (for the most part) ARE and live different. 🤷‍♂️

  8. Too old to tour? Lol Don’t say that to Paul McCartney or Ringo or Willie Nelson you non musicians don’t realize this is what they do & their lively hood & the only thing they know I say if it makes you happy rock til’ you drop that’s rock n’ roll folks!!!! Rock on!!!

  9. Mars is 70 years old. If he toured he might die on stage. I guess if the stones can do it they got a chance. Mars will be falling on his face like Keith Richards in the stones and Neil already falls off the stage. Should be entertaining.

  10. They are all rich and make money. Net worth is not what they make from the group only. It takes into consideration all of their investment, some do better than other. They will never be worth the same thing. And they will retire when they gave had enough. They all have doctors to check on them and tell them how they are. They love what they do. I you don’t think they should continue, don’t go to their concerts. But as long as the people will go see them and they are able they will go. They love what they do.

  11. Dude this is BS. Ok so, the reason why. Tommy Lee is #1 with $75M is cos besides Motley hes done 3 solo albums.
    Nikki Sixx has $50M from Motley and a very successful side project with 5 albums called Sixx AM. AND is a best selling author. Makes lots of sense.

  12. Net worth doesn’t necessarily mean you have that money. It just means that is what “You” + all the shit you’ve done/created/whatever is valued at. You met worth can be millions, but you can be broke at the same time.

  13. They divided earnings evenly, but they pissed through the cash when they first started getting money. Nikki shot up nearly a million bucks worth of heroin. Vince owns a shitpot of cars. They each have blown tons of money! And why not! You can’t take it with you!

  14. If I had that kind of money I would have a shit ton of stuff. They worked for it we enjoyed and still do enjoy the music. Rock on and do what you want

  15. Mark 8:36 what does it profit a man if he should gain the whole world, YET forfeit his very soul.

  16. I find it hard to believe that Nikki isn’t the one with the highest net worth. He is definitely the one who has written the most songs. He’s written or co-written every song(except maybe Brandon). Plus he’s done so many other things that he’s been very successful at. Books, radio, photography, Sixx A.M., and others.

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