WATCH: Vince Neil's First Show Back Did Not Go Well, His Voice Is Toast!


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It's well known that Motley Crüe front man Vince Neil has struggled with his voice through the years. If you've been to a Crüe show you've seen him put the mic out over the crowd asking everybody to sing along, a lot.

Over the weekend Vince made his first post pandemic appearance at the Boone River Valley Festival in Iowa, where he mostly performed Crüe classics. Things really started going south during "Dr. Feelgood," and things only got worse when he tried to perform the Beatles’ “Helter Skelter” and forgot the lyrics and couldn’t hit the notes.

Vince finally gave up after trying to perform “Girls, Girls, Girls,” and walked off the stage, telling the audience, “I'm sorry, guys. It's been a long time playing — my f—ing voice is gone," adding, “We love you and we'll hopefully see you next time, man."

Motley Crüe is playing Fenway Park with Def Leppard August 5th and 6th 2022, do you think Vince's voice will be better by then? And I thought he was working out really hard to get in shape to tour. Hmmmm...

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