I have met many many rock stars over the years and it is always a pleasure to be in the company of yet another legendary rocker, Mötley Crüe’s front man Vince Neil.
We had a great conversation talking about the fact that there didn’t appear to be any great new up and coming rock bands and it seems like all the best stuff is still coming from the old rockers.
Stopping over in London he visited Stringfellows on Saturday and also had dinner in Angels last night.
His lovely girlfriend Rain was there, and of course I had my beautiful wife Bella with me.
We played plenty of Mötley Crüe, all the biggest hits, and the one that is played in both clubs every night and is the anthem of all gentlemen’s clubs around the world – Girls Girls Girls
He had some great stories to tell – about all his rocker mates – from Steve Tyler of Aerosmith through to Bon Jovi – of course he knows just about every rocker going, but the funniest story he told was the time he met Frank Sinatra. I can’t tell you the story, but take it from me it was hilarious.
The only story of mine that could trump his was my meeting for the first time with Jimmy Hendrix. Vince couldn’t follow one that because at the time he was only six years old!
Vince tells me this is their last world tour and then they are splitting up.
Whatever happens we have a personal invitation to the main show in Wembley in November.