Motley Crue singer Vince Neil is doing his part to encourage the next generation of rockers, as the vocalist hopped onstage with the members of teen rock band Going Dark to perform the classic 'Girls Girls Girls' in New Jersey over the weekend.
Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil provided a memory for a tribute band that they'll likely never forget. The vocalist headed out after the band's performance Thursday night (Sept. 13) to catch a show from Crued, a Motley Crue tribute band, and ended up joining them onstage.
The last time Vince Neilfell on a stage, it was into the arms of the strippers at his ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ gentleman’s club in Las Vegas. However, Neil suffered a more serious injury last night that may have a lasting impact for the singer and the current Motley Crue tour run.
Motley Crue vocalist Vince Neil recently took a break from singing with the band and managing his Las Vegas strip club in order to apparently yell at some parking attendants last week. Video of the incident shows Neil flipping out at the garage employees of Planet Hollywood in Vegas after they refused to bring the singer's Rolls-Royce around, even though Neil didn't have a ticket to prove the car was his.
As pirates and swashbucklers around the country descend on Tybee Island in Georgia on Oct. 4-7 for the annual Tybee Island Pirate Festival, they’ll have some rockin’ entertainment to close out Saturday night. Motley Crue singer Vince Neil will headline the entertainment portion of the event on Oct. 6.
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil recently revealed his intentions to learn how to fly and to do so with the help of 'The Aviators' television show. It looks as though things are progressing based on some new photos that have surfaced.
Motley Crue vocalist, strip club owner and reality TV vet Vince Neil looks to add the title of "pilot" and another credit on his IMDB page simultaneously with his appearance on the new season of the PBS reality program 'The Aviators.'
It seems as though Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp becomes a bigger attraction by the year, not just for the fans and those willing to shell out for the experience, but for those in the industry willing to serve as instructors.
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