Video: VINCE NEIL Plays Free Concert At Las Vegas’s Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino
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MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil performed with his solo band on May 27 at the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada as part of Rock The Street, this year's biggest and loudest free concert weekend. Just in time to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of rock's biggest anthem "Girls, Girls, Girls", Neil was the first to take center stage and transform Downtown Las Vegas' 3rd Street with MÖTLEY CRÜE's biggest hits, with opener TODD KERNS & THE ANTI-STARS. As part of the Downtown Grand's commitment to free...

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Fan-filmed video footage of SKID ROW's May 13 performance at Cannery Hotel and Casino in North Las Vegas, Nevada can be seen below. SKID ROW recently entered the studio to begin recording the final installment of its "United World Rebellion" trilogy...

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Fan-filmed video footage of SKID ROW's May 13 performance at Cannery Hotel and Casino in North Las Vegas, Nevada can be seen below. SKID ROW recently entered the studio to begin recording the final installment of its "United World Rebellion" trilogy...

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ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell has told Rolling Stone magazine that Chris Cornell was "the last guy in the world I thought that would happen to," referring to the SOUNDGARDEN frontman's tragic passing in Detroit. "That's not the way that book was supposed to end. And it was not the way that book was going." Cantrell, whose band lost its original singer, Layne Staley, to a drug overdose in 2002, said that Cornell, represented "a strong strain running through — he was always so honest, from the moment I met him. I share a lot...

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According to The Pulse Of Radio, PEARL JAM frontman Eddie Vedder delivered an emotional performance on Saturday night (May 27) when he opened a solo European tour in Amsterdam. Vedder reportedly never mentioned late SOUNDGARDEN singer Chris Cornell directly, but fans in attendance said that the death of one of his best friends was on Vedder's mind during the entire set. At one point in the show, responding to a fan calling out, "I love you," Vedder told the crowd, "Thank you. I need it — we all need it. I'm thinking of a lot of people...

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