Legendary Vince Neil delivered another poor performance at the 2021 Acura Grand Prix Of Long Beach.
Vince had headlined the event’s Saturday night, September 25 concert presented by Acura and ASM Global.
The show took place at approximately 5:30 p.m. on the plaza in front of the Long Beach Performing Arts Center adjacent to the Long Beach Convention Center and was free to Saturday race ticket holders.
Space at the plaza was limited and was made available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Here’s what a fan wrote:
“Jesus Christ, he just keeps getting worse.“
Another one responded:
“This is one time that I think lip-syncing should be allowed in a rock show.”
The other fan added:
“Didn’t Mötley do a ‘Last Chance to See Us Ever Tour’ a couple of years back? Poor ‘Ol Vince! I’d rather them bring John Corabi back than have to listen to his non-signing a*s wheeze, & whine through every song!
I’ve seen them live probably six times in my life. Twice when Vince could still sing, back in the ’80s & early ’90s. All the rest got worse and worse as time went on. I saw them last on The Saints of Los Angeles Tour. Great Album, but the concert was absolutely horrific! Vince was even worse than he was on Carnival of Sins. Vince needs to retire. It’s embarrassing!”