With the exception of a five-year split that mainly served to prove how inseparable they were in the public's eye, Vince Neil has stood atop the hard rock world as lead singer (and main troublemaker) of Motley Crue for over three decades. His distinctive, high-pitched vocals proved the perfect compliment to Nikki Sixx's songwriting on modern classics such as 'Shout at the Devil,' 'Girls, Girls, Girls' and 'Wild Side.' He's also released three solo albums and an autobiography, and has proven himself to be quite an enterprising businessman -- owning restaurants, strip clubs and now even a professional football team.
Dee Snider: PMRC Wanted a 'Moron' Like Vince Neil to Testify
Twisted Sister frontman famously shocked politicians with his eloquence at the 1985 hearing.
Shooting Outside Vince Neil Concert Leaves One Critically Injured
He was in the middle of performing when "people started running."
Michael Monroe Finally Meets Vince Neil Decades After Tragedy
Hanoi Rocks singer called the meeting "one of the most important moments of my life."
How Vince Neil Beat Motley Crue to the Punch With 'Exposed'
No singer-vs.-band debacle had so deeply tested allegiances since Van Halen's parting with David Lee Roth.
How a Jar of Grey Poupon Nearly Derailed Motley Crue's Tour
Vince Neil severed his finger and had to receive emergency surgery after smashing a jar of Dijon mustard backstage in August 1987.
Watch the Trailer for 'Motley Crue's Vince Neil: My Story' Doc
Film will premiere on Reelz on June 26.
Motley Crue's Vince Neil Joins Classless Act on New Song
Los Angeles band will open Crue's summer 2022 Stadium Tour, which also features Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett.
Why Steve Stevens Left Vince Neil's Band: Exclusive Interview
"It became apparent that the tide had changed, and all of the kind of Seattle sound was now becoming the next thing," says guitarist.
Vince Neil Reportedly Injured After Falling Off Stage
Fan shot footage shows the moment the singer took a tumble.