Vince Neil performed Motley Crue classics on September 4th at Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
As seen in the past few shows, Vince was struggling to sing properly.
Crue fans took to social media & expressed their concern, saying:
“I don’t understand how this guy loves playing concerts so much while also being unable to sing properly. I don’t see how much fun it is for him making a fool of himself in front of an audience.”
“Seems like Vince is far off from being in shape and sounding right for his upcoming Motley Crue stadium tour in 2022. Sadly his voice sounds flatter than a pancake at an Ihop eatery…and his live stage energy equals that of a bunch of senior citizens playing shuffleboard on a Caribbean cruise ship. Oh well”
“He’s definitely looking much better. Keep it up, Vince!! His pitch is really flat though. I don’t know if he can’t hear himself or what but he’s gotta get that under control.”
“Rather see Vince focus on Slimfast, not Summerfest, time is ticking my man next year’s tour.”
“Kickstart My Heart was awful. He sounds bad.”
“I love that his backup signers are clearly far better vocalists than he is. Shut up Vince, let’s hear those hired guns try to save these songs.”
Earlier Vince has revealed that he is trying out a new toning machine in an apparent effort to get in shape for the highly anticipated “The Stadium Tour” featuring Motley Crue, Def Leppard & Poison.
Vince revealed he is using Emsculpt Neo, a revolutionary new treatment that supposedly builds muscle and reduces fat using both radiofrequency and high-intensity electromagnetic energies.
Here’s what Vince said on his Instagram page:
“Trying it all! Check out Emsculpt Neo abs, They say it’s 20,000 crunches in just 30 minutes!! #EmsculptNeo #emsculptpartner #moremusclelessfat #emsculpt @BTLAesthetics”.