MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil is featured in a new interview with the Calgary Herald. An excerpt from the interview is available below:
On the status of the movie adaptation of the Mötley Crüe book, The Dirt: "“I have really no idea, I kind of stay out of that. I really don’t know. I just can’t tell you anything. I’m kind of tired like most people, tired about talking about it. . . . I just don’t know anything about it. If it comes out, great, if it doesn’t come out, I really don’t care."
On the band calling it quits one day: "Of course I’ll miss playing with Mötley, but I’m not gonna just stop being a rock ’n’ roll guy. This is what I do and I love being onstage. I tried to stop — a long time ago I took a year off and it drove me crazy. I really missed being onstage and stuff like that, so I’ll definitely continue on. But who knows? Who knows, the future is — five, six, seven, ten years later — who knows what’s going to happen? In my mind it’s never say never, so we’ll just see what happens."
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Mötley Crüe are winding up the most expansive run of Canada in the band’s history. Remaining tour dates are below:
11 - Oshawa, ON - General Motors Centre
13 - Montréal, QC - Centre Bell
14 - Ottawa, ON - Scotiabank Place