Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil Falls Off Stage During Monsters On The Mountain Festival In Tennessee

During his October 15 set at the Monsters On The Mountain festival in Pigeon Forge, TN, Vince Neil (Mötley Crüe) ended up falling off the stage. According to TMZ, “there was a small gap between the speaker and the stage that Vince didn’t see and he fell through the crevice onto the floor.” One of his roadies and a security guard helped him back up and he limped away before an ambulance took him to the hospital. His solo band reportedly finished the set with guitarist Jeff Blando on vocals. Bassist Dana Strum told the crowd the following [via Blabbermouth]:

“The truth is Vince fell and broke ribs when he fell. He can’t breathe and he’s gonna get dealt with medically. Now, that sucks for us, and him. He was so excited to be here. He lives in Tennessee. But he was willing to stick it out and tough it out when the people back here were telling him ‘Don’t do it.’ Let’s have one good round of applause, please, for this guy.”

Vince Neil Using New Fat-Burning Treatment To Get In Shape For Mötley Crüe’s Stadium Tour

Vince Neil is preparing for Mötley Crüe’s upcoming stadium tour by using Emsculpt Neo. According to Blabbermouth, that fat-burning method is “a revolutionary new treatment which supposedly builds muscle and reduces fat using both radio frequency and high-intensity electromagnetic energies.” Swagger also offered more information:

“[The Emsculpt Neo procedure] is done in-office, is needle-free, and does not require any downtime. The technology uses energy waves that cause your muscles to fire up to 20,000 times per 30-minute session for simultaneous deep tissue muscle building, remodeling, and fat burn.”

Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil Returns To The Stage Following Lackluster Festival Performance

Last night (August 5), Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil returned to the stage for a private event in Austin, TX. You can see some footage of “Looks That Kill” and “Dr. Feelgood” from the performance below, courtesy of SiriusXM’s Eddie Trunk. Notably, the frontman appeared to have put on a much better show than he did during the Boone Iowa River Valley Festival earlier this year. That lackluster set made headlines after the singer lost his voice during “Girls, Girls, Girls.”

Nikki Sixx Says Mötley Crüe And Def Leppard Might Bring “The Stadium Tour” To Other Parts Of The World

Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison, and Joan Jett will finally head out on their U.S. stadium tour next year, but the trek might not stop there. During a recent interview with Marci Wiser of 95.5 KLOS, Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx said that they may bring the tour to other countries as well.

Sixx said the following when asked about the decision to move the tour to 2022:

“We really did wanna go this year. It’s a little scary to go out there and have the tour maybe get canceled half way. And I know a lot of bands are out there and they’re testing the water and it looks really positive; I’m super excited.”

He also added:

“We have 30-some stadiums in America [booked for the tour]. And we’ll see. Maybe we might even drag it to Europe, South America, Japan — we don’t know yet. Right now it’s a little far off. But us and DEF LEPPARD are super close; that’s great. And we’ll just see what version of ‘The Stadium Tour’ might fit for other countries, if we decide to go. Maybe it’ll be the same lineup. I know people are super stoked for the lineup. It’s a good outdoor fun party evening.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Vince Neil (Mötley Crüe) Loses Voice During First Show Since 2019

On May 29, Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil played his first show since the coronavirus pandemic at the Boone Iowa River Valley Festival in Boone, Iowa. However, the frontman ended up cutting the performance short after losing his voice during the set’s 14th song, “Girls, Girls, Girls.”

Neil told the crowd the following:

“Hey, guys… I’m sorry, you guys. It’s been a long time playin’. My fuckin’ voice is gone… Eh… We love you, and we’ll hopefully see you next time, man. Take care.”

After he left the stage, his solo band finished performing “Girls, Girls, Girls” with pre-recorded backing vocals. This news follows a series of other low quality solo performances from Neil in recent years.

This latest show has once again stirred up doubt about the singer’s ability to perform on Mötley Crüe’s stadium tour with Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett, which has since been rescheduled for 2022. The band’s manager Allen Kovac previously addressed those concerns, saying that members of the band were working with trainers and nutritionists to prepare for the trek. However, it seems Neil is still struggling.

[via Blabbermouth]

Mötley Crüe Announce Digital Remaster Of “Girls, Girls, Girls”

Mötley Crüe have announced that they will be celebrating their 40th anniversary with a series of re-releases and fan activations. The first release is a digital remaster of “Girls, Girls, Girls,” which will be available on June 11. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison, And Joan Jett Postpone Stadium Tour To 2022

Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison, and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts have postponed their stadium tour once again due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek is now scheduled for 2022. The following statement was issued:

“To all our loyal fans, we wanted to let you know that we learned today that the tour is getting moved to 2022. This is the only way to ensure that we can play ALL of the dates for ALL of you who have purchased tickets. We appreciate you hanging in there and can’t wait to get back on stage and bring The Stadium Tour to all of our fans. It is going to be one for the history books!”

2022 Tour Dates:

06/16 Atlanta, GA – Suntrust Park
06/18 Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium
06/19 Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium
06/22 Washington, DC – Nationals Park
06/24 Flushing, NY – Citifield
06/25 Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park
06/28 Charlotte, NC – Bank Of America Stadium
06/30 Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium
07/02 Jacksonville, FL – Tiaa Bank Field
07/05 St. Louis, MO – Busch Stadium
07/08 Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field
07/10 Detroit, MI – Comerica Park
07/12 Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium
07/14 Cleveland, OH – Firstenergy Stadium
07/15 Cincinnati, OH – Great American Ballpark
07/17 Milwaukee, WI – American Family Field
07/19 Kansas City, MO – Kauffman Stadium
07/21 Denver, CO – Coors Field
08/05 Boston, MA – Fenway Park
08/06 Boston, MA – Fenway Park
08/10 Buffalo, NY – New Era Field
08/12 Pittsburgh, PA – PNC Park
08/14 Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium
08/19 Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park
08/21 San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
08/22 Arlington, TX – Globe Life Park
08/27 Inglewood, CA – Sofi Stadium
08/28 San Diego, CA – Petco Park
08/31 Seattle, WA – T-Mobile Park
09/07 San Francisco, CA – Oracle Park