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Tequila Vince

Written By: - Nov• 13•17

MoTLEY CRuE singer with top trio on tour, to play the hits of the legendary US Hardrocker (thk) for Marilyn Manson, Guns N’ Roses or Linkin Park they are style-defining role models: MoTLEY CRuE! Now, their singer comes with two guitarists by slaughter and a top drummer on a short tour of the halls after Germany. “” “” “In the program have Vocalist Vince Neil, the string specialist Jeff Blando (lead) and Dana Strum (bass) and percussion artist Zoltan Chaney primarily the well-known songs of the legendary US glam metal rocker: Dr. Feelgood, girls, girls, girls”, looks that kill”Helter Skelter or shout at the devil”. More info: movie star. Additionally, confirm rave fan reviews, listen to a few compositions from Vince solo discs and a classic by Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. In a question-answer forum Goop, New York was the first to reply. Before the 47-year old blond boy who owns a tattoo Studio called Vince Neil Ink in Las Vegas, as well as its own website in addition to your own vinified white and red wines (Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon) also its Tequila ‘ Tres Rios’ sold, flies to Germany, he was with Motley Crue in the United States on large Crue Fest “-tour.” This is advance highly praised comeback CD saints of Los Angeles”(SPV) appeared.

Whether of them playing pieces during his solo show, will show up. Anyway, his set is a rare opportunity in this country live to listen Motley songs as the sleaze rockers from L.A. no longer occurred in Germany and through the worth reading, rather soon filmed the dirt band bio”(Heyne) of talk have made! The tickets to the concerts, which each opened by the Cologne Powermetal Quartet gun barrel, cost 32 euros (plus fees). They are available at the ticket offices. Reprint free of charge; VINCE NEIL (of Motley Crue) + Germany BAND 2008 special guests: gun barrel 5.

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