Vince Neil Of Motley Crue Is Set To Play Rocksino Jan. 12

Vince Neil, the former frontman of Motley Crue, will be bringing his solo show to the Hard Rock Rocksino on January 12.

Motley Crue was formed in California in 1981 when Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee found guitarist Mick Mars through an ad in the newspaper.  Lee's former high school classmate Vince Neil was the last to join the band.

Their first album Too Fast For Love was released in the fall of 1981 and eventually reached platinum status.  Each subsequent album sold more copies as the band got increasingly more famous.

With videos like "Too Young To Fall In Love," "Home Sweet Home," "Girls, Girls, Girls" and "Dr. Feelgood" made Motley Crue one of the best selling metal acts of the 1980s.

Motley Crue called it quits after playing a New Year's Eve concert in 2015.  However, you can relive that '80s hair metal era when Vince Neil takes the stage at the Hard Rock on January 12.

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