VINCE NEIL: South American Dates Announced
MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil is planning a South American tour in February 2010. The trek — which has confirmed stops in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, with more countries and dates to be announced soon — is being organized by Gabe Reed Productions, which also promoted the opening night of the KISS Alive 35 South America tour in Santiago, Chile on April 3, 2009.
Confirmed Vince Neil South American dates so far:
Feb. 24 - Santiago, Chile @ [to be announced]
Feb. 26 - Buenos Aires, Argentina @ El Teatro
Feb 27 - Sao Paulo, Brazil @ Carioca
Vince is currently recording his new solo album, "Tattoos And Tequila", with bassist Dana Strum and Jeff Blando (both of SLAUGHTER) and drummer Zoltan Chaney. One of the tracks being laid down during the sessions is a cover version of the CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL classic "Who'll Stop The Rain?" An April release is expected.
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 also writing a book akin to MÖTLEY's autobiography, "The Dirt", with Esquire writer Mike Sager.
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