VINCE NEIL Celebrates 49th Birthday In Las Vegas
According to MotleyCrueStore.com, singer Vince Neil —fresh off the MÖTLEY CRÜE Canadian Dead Of Winter tour — celebrated his 49th birthday at his bar Feelgood's in Las Vegas. The VINCE NEIL solo band treated fans to a night of kick-ass rock n roll they won't soon forget. During the festivities, Vince Neil's son Neil Wharton presented his father with a "feelgood"-themed cake.
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Vince is taking very little time to rest up before hitting the road with his solo band. He also expects to drop his new solo CD, "Tattoos And Tequila", later this spring and his book later this year.
MÖTLEY CRÜE may be off the road for a while, but Vince will keep rockin out with his solo band.
In a recent interview with The News Tribune, Vince stated about the upcoming CD's title, "It's rock 'n' roll. That's it. It has nothing to do with MÖTLEY CRÜE. Tattoos and tequila is basically my life."
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Neil is writing a book akin to MÖTLEY's autobiography, "The Dirt", with Esquire writer Mike Sager.
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