Artist: Vince Neil
Venue: Irving Plaza (New York, NY)
Opener: Dirty Pearls
Label: Eleven Seven Music
After having been a Motley Crue fan from their almost beginning I had a general level of excitement at the prospect of being able to enjoy Vince Neil doing his thing as a solo artist. The singer had recently released a solo album of covers and I had to say that I really enjoyed “Tattoos and Tequila” more than I thought I would have. I state my views like this because I had really grown tired of this angle being used by artists to sell records and had honestly had my fill of “cover albums” by this point. Vince’s however was a perfect selection of the tunes and everything on it worked. That’s never a bad thing. The show tonight would be at Irving Plaza, a venue that was recently re-christened to this time honored name from The Fillmore NY at Irving Plaza which it had been operating under for a couple of years. Believe me I welcomed that and had been tired of the tongue twisting new name. Here is how the event went down for those who might have missed it or been attending the Alice In Chains, Mastodon, Deftones show that was going on at Madison Square Garden at the same time.
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