After more than three decades of decadence resulting in hit rock songs, scandalous headlines and millions of fans worldwide, Mötley Crüe is planning to say goodbye.
"Next year will probably be our farewell tour," front man Vince Neil said today during a phone interview. "It doesn't really matter. I'm going to miss playing with Motley but I love playing with my solo band and me going on stage will never change."
The singer of 1980s rock anthems "Girls, Girls, Girls," "Dr. Feelgood" and "Home Sweet Home" said Mötley Crüe will release one more album to coincide with a movie coming out based on the band's notorious, bestselling autobiography "The Dirt."
"Who knows?" Neil said of working with Mötley Crüe after the farewell tour. "Maybe somewhere in the future. Won't know until the time comes."
Neil will perform with his solo band, which features members of Slaughter, April 13 at the Gulf Coast Rhythm & Ribfest in Palmetto.
Check back next week for more of Wade Tatangelo's interview with Vince Neil.