Former MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil headlined the KLOL Outlaw Masked Ball Halloween night (Oct. 31) in Houston, Texas. Vince and his band took the stage in Halloween costumes — Vince in his Miller Lite racing outfit (surely a trick or treat surprise for event sponsor Budweiser!), drummer Brent Fitz and guitarist Keri Kelli as masked men, and bassist Alan Vine in full Hooters uniform, including the trademark orange shorts and large orange balloons under the white Hooters shirt. View concert photos and the set list at this location.Earlier in the day, Vince met fans at the Hard Rock Cafe at the ZRock Crue for the Cure charity meet-and-greet. Photos from the meet-and-greet can be viewed at this location. Fans can help support the Skylar Neil Memorial Fund by purchasing Skylar Neil Memorial Golf Tournament T-Shirts and Hard Rock Cafe event posters at ZRock.com, or by bidding on ZRock's ebay auction for the Hard Rock Cafe event poster autograped by Vince Neil. Only one autographed poster will be auctioned. 100% of all proceeds directly benefit the Skylar Neil Memorial Fund and TJ Martell Foundation.
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