Take a look back on the not so glamorous side of the rock star life.
Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe sat down with Radio.com to talk about their new tribute album “Nashville Outlaws” and the intersection between rock ‘n’ roll and many of today’s country artists.
Despite no promises of a new album, the band is still adding to their discography.
Motley Crue may only show their wild side for one more big tour. In an interview with Billboard, vocalist Vince Neil spoke of “going out on top,” Mick Mars’ health issues, and future music.
Throughout the mid-80s and early-90s, Van Halen and Motley Crue ruled the album and singles charts. Songs like “Dr. Feelgood,” “Girls, Girls, Girls,” “Why Can’t This Be Love,” and “When It’s Love” were mainstays on the radio. So you would think that some of the members of these bands would be the best of friends. Well, not in the case of Sammy Hagar and Vince Neil.
Vince Neil, lead singer of Mötley Crüe, suffered severe pain from kidney stones during the band’s performance in Sydney, Australia, Sunday evening, and had to leave the stage to go to the hospital.
Mötley Crüe frontman, Vince Neil, announced his plans for a brand new vodka line, Tatuado, and new cantina.
Motley Crue frotman Vince Neil suffered a broken foot during last night’s concert at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The injury is said to threaten the remainder of The Tour.
After failing to produce the parking ticket the valet requested, Neil began to yell “Give me my f**king car! Give me my f**king car! Give me my car!”
KISS and Motley Crue kicked off their highly publicized co-headlining tour on Friday in Bristow, Virginia just outside Washington, D.C.