MOTLEY CRUE'S VINCE NEIL - "I DON'T KNOW WHERE ROCK N' ROLL IS ANYMORE... I'M STILL SEARCHING FOR IT"
|Posted on March 10, 2019 at 7:45 PM|
Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil spoke to Finland’s KaaosTV about the upcoming The Dirt movie coming out in March 22nd via Netflix. Looking back on the era, Neil says: “The times were a lot different. We formed in 1981, so we are almost 40 years in. But I think the younger bands who finally acquire some money and start travelling the world, your first tour bus. You’ve got to go a little crazy. I think the bands that start out and gain some fame and fortune, they are going to do that stuff. But back then, everybody seemed to put Mötley Crüe under the microscope. I don’t know where rock n’ roll is anymore… I’m still searching for it.”
Check out the interview below:
The upcoming Netflix film The Dirt is an unflinching and uncensored story about sex, drugs, rock ‘n roll, fame, and the high price of excess. Director Jeff Tremaine (Jackass co-creator) shows us just how Nikki Sixx (Douglas Booth), Mick Mars (Iwan Rheon), Tommy Lee (Colson Baker aka Machine Gun Kelly), and Vince Neil (Daniel Webber) took Mötley Crüe from the Sunset Strip to the world stage, and what it meant to become the world’s most notorious rock band.