MÖTLEY CRÜE Frontman Performs With Help Of 'Pimp Cane And Percodan': Photos Available

Photos of MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil performing with the help of a "pimp cane and Percodan" Tuesday night (Sept. 20) at the Freedom Hall in Louisville, Kentucky have been posted online at Courier-Journal.com.

As previously reported, Neil partially tore the medial portion of his calf muscle Friday night (Sept. 16) five songs into CRÜE's performance at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, GA. The show was part of the band's ongoing, successful "Carnival of Sins" world tour that began last February.

Vince's leg gave out shortly before intermission, and the band was forced to end the concert early after Neil was taken to a nearby hospital. Although he was in a great deal of pain at the time, Neil is expected to make a full and quick recovery, according to his doctors, who nevertheless urged him to take some time off. The band intends to return to Atlanta to make-up the show. Tickets from Friday night's show will be honored at that time. Ticket holders should contact their point of purchase for more information or refunds.

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