With his long blonde hair, screeching heavy metal vocals, and fondness for the rock 'n’ roll lifestyle, Mötley Crüe lead singer Vince Neil is always one to entertain!
The wild rocker, who turns 53 today, signed on to the Crüe in 1981 and quickly became known as one of the decade’s most outrageous and notorious frontmen.
The band went multi-platinum five times over and topped the charts with fiery hits like “Dr. Feelgood,” “Girls, Girls, Girls,” and “Kickstart My Heart.”
After Neil parted ways with Mötley Crüe in 1992, he put out his first solo album “Exposed” in 1993, started a Las Vegas tattoo parlor and his own tequila company, and even wrote an autobiography called, what else, Tattoos & Tequila in 2010!
Today he is back where he belongs as the head of the Crüe, who announced their two-year farewell tour -- aptly titled the Final Tour -- earlier this month.
To cement their plans, the guys signed a legal contract prohibiting them from hitting the road again.
Happy birthday, Vince! Do you plan to see him on Motley Crüe's Final Tour? Weigh in below!
To learn more about their forthcoming tour dates, check out their official website!