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.
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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.
Motley Crue kicked off their second Las Vegas residency earlier this week (Sept. 18) at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Leading up to the engagement, singer Vince Neil took some time to talk about their all-new, 'Red Hot' production and the personal challenges of their nightly setlist.
The finish line may be in sight for Motley Crue, and frontman Vince Neil is the latest to speak about the band's plans for winding down their career. The rocker tells the Toronto Sun that it now appears as though their next album will arrive in 2014 and will start the beginning of the end for their career.
It's been an eventful 24 hours for Motley Crue vocalist Vince Neil. As we previously reported, the band had to end their Sunday (March 10) performance in Sydney, Australia, early when Neil was rushed to the hospital and it was later revealed that the singer was suffering from kidney stones. Now comes word that the vocalist underwent surgery to remove the stones.
Motley Crue played an abbreviated set Sunday night (March 10) in Sydney, Australia, after singer Vince Neil could no longer continue and had to be rushed to a local hospital. Guitarist Mick Mars took to Twitter a little after the fact to reveal that the singer was suffering from kidney stones and that the pain got the better of him.
Alan Vine, a former bassist and personal assistant for Motley Crue's Vince Neil, is threatening legal action against his former employer if he doesn't help resolve his current tax issues. Vine, who was a member of Neil's band in the early 2000s, claims that the singer's manager wrongly reported his salary, thus leading the IRS to look into his financial background, and he's asking for some help in clearing things up.