The finish line may be in sight for Motley Crue, and frontman Vince Neil is the latest to speak about the band's plans for winding down their career. The rocker tells the Toronto Sun that it now appears as though their next album will arrive in 2014 and will start the beginning of the end for their career.
The guys from Motley Crue have spent the last couple of years hinting that retirement is on the horizon, and bass guitarist Nikki Sixx recently went so far as to say the band would be hanging it up after one more album and tour. But you know how long rock retirements tend to last -- and it looks like Sixx might be leaving himself some room for renegotiation.
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.
Motley Crue played an abbreviated set Sunday night (March 10) in Sydney, Australia, after singer Vince Neil could no longer continue and had to be rushed to a local hospital. Guitarist Mick Mars took to Twitter a little after the fact to reveal that the singer was suffering from kidney stones and that the pain got the better of him.
Just two weeks ago, Motley Crue announced an extensive run of dates in Canada. Now the band have announced a handful of shows in the U.S., all taking place at the end of May and centered around the Northeast.
Hard rock veterans Motley Crue have just announced a massive set of 2013 Canadian tour dates. The longest string of Canadian shows in the band's history will see Motley Crue spending nearly a month up North with a total of 18 shows, taking Big Wreck along for the ride as support.
Move over Bruce Dickinson, there’s a new pilot in town. Motley Crue singer Vince Neil took part in flight training for all the television viewing world to see during a season three episode of the hit PBS show ‘The Aviators.' That appearance has inspired the producers to create a whole new series starring the rocker and his quest for flight.
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