MÖTLEY CRÜE Frontman Returning To Club After Walk-Off

MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil will return to a Steamboat Springs, Colorado nightclub after walking off stage last week, his manager told the Associated Press on Friday.

Neil left the Levelz nightclub in this resort town on August 14th after someone threw something on stage, manager Burt Stein said. Stein said Neil felt threatened and left after performing about three songs.

"I've informed every artist I work with that if something starts flying on stage, get off the stage," Stein said. "It could turn into a real ugly scene."

Stein said no date had been set for the repeat performance.

Jim Turczynski, who previously identified himself as a club manager when discussing the incident, is actually a security employee, said Chad Gagliano, owner of the club.


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