Vince Neil must really love to go out and play. Either that, or for some reason, he needs the money? Whatever the case, Neil was back on stage at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa, Florida on Thursday, October 14th and Blabbermouth managed to scour the internet to find footage of Neil performing Motley Crue classics not quite like how you remember them. Update: At a show the following day, Neil accidentally fell off the stage and had to be rushed to the hospital for possible broken ribs. More info here.
Footage can be seen below.
You might recall his first show back was on May 29 and, famously his voice gave out after 14 songs into the performance, and he said “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.” The bad press resulting from the performance resulted in Neil canceling a gig a few weeks later. Neil returned to the road a few weeks later and while the results were a bit more presentable, they ultimately still weren't that great.
Neil recently revealed he was working hard getting into shape for the big Crue reunion tour next year.
Neil has revealed he's getting into shape with the help of Emsculpt Neo®, which describes itself as “a revolutionary non-invasive fat burning and muscle building device that helps trim, strengthen, define, lift and tone your body with incredible ease,” combining “ high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy with radiofrequency (RF) energy to build muscle and reduce fat simultaneously,”
The marketing for the machine says you “can help you achieve your dream body without sacrificing your lifestyle — because who has time to spend hours at the gym?”. Certainly, not Vince Neil. Watch the footage of the machine in action here.
Update: At a show the following day, Neil accidentally fell off the stage and had to be rushed to the hospital for possible broken ribs. More info here.
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