VINCE NEIL Says He Doesn't Know If MÖTLEY CRÜE Reunion Will Happen
There have been lots of reports recently about a MÖTLEY CRÜE reunion, which was supposed to happen this fall but got put on hold when guitarist Mick Mars had hip replacement surgery in early October. CRÜE frontman Vince Neil told Launch Radio Networks his best advice is not to hold your breath waiting for it to happen: "You know, at one point, I thought it was definitely on — now, I don't now. You know, if it happens, it happens — if it don't, it don't. I'm gonna let other people worry about it. You know, I'm not gonna change my, you know, my schedule of anything to conform with something that might or might not happen."
Neil did confirm that he's been in regular contact with bassist Nikki Sixx, and that they've been working on some new songs.
In other news, Neil's two solo studio albums, 1993's "Exposed" and 1995's "Carved In Stone", will be re-released on November 2.
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