TOMMY LEE's Reality Show, Solo Album Delayed By A Week

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee's reality show, "Tommy Lee Goes to College", has had its premiere date pushed back a week to August 16, with two back-to-back episodes scheduled to air on NBC starting at 9 p.m. ET, according to The six-episode show follows Lee's studies and extracurricular activities at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, such as finding a roommate, trying out for the marching band and cramming for finals. Lee is also one of the producers of the series. Also delayed by a week is Lee's third solo album, "Tommyland: The Ride", which is now scheduled to drop on August 9. The CD, which was produced by Scott Humphrey, will be released in conjunction with the NBC reality show, and features guest performances by such established artists as Chad Kroeger of NICKELBACK, Carl Bell of FUEL, Deryck Whibley of SUM 41, Butch Walker, Joel Madden of GOOD CHARLOTTE, and Nick Carter of the BACKSTREET BOYS.


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