Throughout the last few months, Motley Crue have been talking about their retirement plans as much as they've been rocking. And while Vince Neil has stated that they plan to run through 2015, a new interview with the singer suggests that the release of the film version of their book, 'The Dirt,' will be the catalyst for their victory lap.
Motley Crue's end is in sight. The group started publicly talking about hanging up their guitars for good early last month with Nikki Sixx providing come recent clarification on the group's decision to call it a day. Now, in a new interview, Vince Neil confirms what many of us already know.
Following his successful surgery for the removal of the kidney stones that caused him to leave the stage on Sunday night (March 10) in Sydney, Australia, Vince Neil is expected to rejoin Motley Crue tonight in Brisbane as scheduled. But, considering Nikki Sixx said that Neil never cancels a show, it got us wondering about how painful kidney stones must be.
Upon first glance, you could easily mistake Lia Gerardini-Neil for Pamela Anderson, couldn't you?
The tragedy that unfolded last Friday (Dec. 14) in Newtown, Conn. has provoked a wide variety of responses, as well as a renewed national debate over gun control laws and mental health policy -- and, as it turns out, Motley Crue singer Vince Neil has his own viewpoint to add to the discussion, whether his fans agree or not.