MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil suffered a serious injury when he fell off the stage during his solo band’s performance at the Monsters On The Mountain festival at LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Phil Lewis of L.A. Guns expressed his opinion on Vince Neil in a new interview with “The Bay Ragni Show”.
Speaking about how he has been staying in shape while off the road during the pandemic, Phil said:
“I’ve got lungs — I’ve got lungs for days. I’m a runner, so I’ve always had a big lung capacity and a loud, annoying voice. So, those things have really, really served me well. And [I am regularly] on the rowing machine, getting the stamina going, because — I wouldn’t say I’m in training, but not doing anything for two years, I don’t wanna get shocked. I don’t wanna get… Like a couple of guys who’d come out and they’re halfway through their set, and they’re, like, ‘Oh, f*ck. I’m completely out of shape. I haven’t done this in so long.’
Phil further talked about Vince Neil, saying:
“Well… You saw… You know who I’m talking about. And it was pitiful to see the lead vocalist of ‘The Stadium [Tour]’ headliner not able to make it through f*cking four songs. C’mon! As a frontman, as a singer, you have a f*cking responsibility to step it up, especially if you’re that f*cking big. So, no f*cking sympathy from me whatsoever. It takes work. It takes discipline.”