VINCE NEIL Performs With MÖTLEY CRÜE Tribute Band In Toronto (Video)

MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil joined the CRÜE tribute band CRÜED on stage last night (Thursday, September 13) at the Courthouse in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to perform two songs: "Smokin' In The Boys Room" and "Wild Side". The event served as Vince's official after-party following the KISS/MÖTLEY CRÜE show at the Molson Amphitheater In Toronto.

Commented CRÜED: "Last night was the shit, man! Vince Neil, broken foot and all, came on stage to perform two songs with CRÜED, and he said we rocked and we're a tribute who does it right and he had a great fucking time! The club was packed, the show was awesome!!! Thank you, gods of rock and roll!"

According to the band's official bio, CRÜED takes you to the look and sound of MÖTLEY CRÜE with backdrops and costumes straight from the albums and tours of "Saints Of Los Angeles", "Carnival Of Sin", "Dr. Feelgood" and "Theatre Of Pain".

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