In addition to his duties as singer of Motley Crue, you can also add football team owner to Vince Neil's resume.
Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has hinted that the band's 'Final Tour' will wind down in Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Vince Neil will be bringing football back to Las Vegas, as the Las Vegas Outlaws will join the Arena Football League in 2015.
Country star Justin Moore teams up with Vince Neil in the 'Home Sweet Home' video from the upcoming 'Nashville Outlaws' Motley Crue tribute album.
Motley Crue's Vince Neil has been given the green light for an Arena League football franchise in Las Vegas.
Are Arena Football teams becoming the next signature beer for rock bands? Because musician interest in the AFL seems to be growing day by day. Motley Crue singer Vince Neil has become a part owner of the Jacksonville Sharks, and as if that wasn't enough, Neil is planning to bring an AFL team to Las Vegas.
Yes, Motley Crue just signed a legal document that states that they no longer will be able to tour after they complete a worldwide run of shows through 2015. However, the 'Final Tour' may not be end of the band as a whole. Speaking to 'Shmonty and Conklin in the Morning' radio show on KDKB in Phoenix, singer Vince Neil stated that there's been a lot of speculation about what it would take for them to reunite and he also discussed their future beyond the tour.
The end is nigh for Motley Crue. The band said as much during a Tuesday (Jan. 28) press conference in Los Angeles where they revealed the details of "The Final Tour" (first leg of dates below). In fact, to ensure that these next two years will mark the band's final dates, the members of Crue went through the process of collectively drawing up a 'Cessation of Touring' legal document and signing it to solidify that their upcoming dates will be the final shows and that they won't tour again beyond the year 2015.