MÖTLEY CRÜE Singer Rushed To Hospital For 'Internal Pain'
MÖTLEY CRÜE was forced to play an abbreviated set earlier today (Sunday, March 10) at Allphones Arena in Sydney, Australia during the band's tour with KISS and THIN LIZZY. CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx writes on Twitter: "Sorry, Sydney, for a short set tonight but Vince [Neil, MÖTLEY CRÜE singer] had to be rushed to the hospital for internal pain. Will update you on his progress." Guitarist Mick Mars added: "Sydney, my apologies for a short set this evening. Vince had an attack of kidney stones. He went straight from the stage to the hospital."
Neil played a show with CRÜE in Toronto last September after sustaining two fractures in his foot during the previous night's concert in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
MÖTLEY CRÜE last year released a brand new song called "Sex" to coincide with the launch of the band's North American co-headlining tour with KISS.
Written when the group was together during their residency in Las Vegas in February 2012, "Sex" was the first studio track from the CRÜE since their June 2008 release of "Saints Of Los Angeles".
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