While Mötley Crüe’s lead vocalist Vince Neil is predominantly known for his music, he has garnered a significant amount of notoriety for his turbulent personal life, multiple arrests, and convictions, including one for vehicular manslaughter. He has experienced the pinnacle of success in the music industry, as well as profound personal losses. The death of his daughter had made him lose his faith in God, but he later rediscovered religion. He has undergone numerous plastic surgeries and is quite candid about it. Having been married five times, he does not have a positive opinion on the institution. We have collected several of his quotes from various interviews, articles, autobiography, speeches, and social media posts. Here are some of the things that he has to say on music, faith, personal struggles and motivations, marriage, and plastic surgery.
Everybody has forgotten about showmanship. People don't look like rock stars any more. They just look like regular dudes off the street.
I appreciate the Surreal Life. I had a really positive experience on that show, and with those people. I found some love in my heart for religion again, and had the support of a new family of friends. I wouldnt have had the pleasure of meeting those people, if we were not all placed in that fishbowl.
I lost my faith in God when I lost my daughter to Cancer, the beast. I begged, I cried, I offered my life for hers, and day by day, I watched that beautiful little Angel slip off. So, excuse me for not taking my seat next to you on Sunday in Church, I feel too cheated to worship.
I was pretty shocked [having concert in the Madison Square Garden]. It could have gone either way. But I think it's the right time. Nobody does what we do with taking the visuals and making it a complete rock 'n' roll show with the really good songs. Nobody's done that in a long time.