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.
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.
Phil Collen: Vince Neil Will Regain Voice for Stadium Tour
Def Leppard guitarist says Motley Crue vocalist has time to get back on track after abandoned solo show.
Watch Vince Neil Join Sammy Hagar to Cover Led Zeppelin
Motley Crue frontman joined the Circle for a rendition of "Rock and Roll."
The Day Vince Neil Bit Eddie Van Halen: 'Good Job, A--holes!'
The Crue's "crazy biting phase" was not well received by their tour mates.
Vince Neil Mourns Loss of ‘Brutally Murdered’ Dog
Motley Crue singer accuses neighbors of covering up truth behind death of six-year-old pet.
Revisiting Vince Neil's Filmed but Cut 'Police Academy 6' Scene
Motley Crue singer was supposed to play a rock star in sixth installment of the comedy franchise.
Motley Crue's Vince Neil Joins 'American Pickers' Star at Church
The Crue frontman popped up in the least likely of places.
Motley Crue's Manager Addresses Vince Neil's Vocal Issues
For years fans have scrutinized the singer for his weight gain and supposedly diminished singing voice.
Vince Neil Has Hand Surgery to Correct Viking's Disease
Motley Crue singer underwent procedure to correct Dupuytren's contracture.