Vince Neil Sings National Anthem at Inaugural Las Vegas Outlaws Football Game
Ownership has its privileges! Monday night (March 30) in Las Vegas, Motley Crue vocalist Vince Neil not only got a chance to debut his new Las Vegas Outlaws franchise, but he got a chance to show off those famous pipes by taking on the National Anthem.
Arm-in-arm with two of the Outlaw cheerleaders, Neil was escorted to mid-field where he delivered the performance seen above with a little bit of Outlaw twang and provided some of the celebrity entertainment for the evening. We'll let you watch for yourself to judge Neil's performance.
In addition to Neil, Las Vegas comedian Carrot Top was on hand to handle the coin toss and Zowie Bowie's Chris Phillips was part of the halftime entertainment. Players were introduced from a tunnel lit up with motorcycle lights and entered the field to the hard-rocking Motley Crue favorite "Kickstart My Heart" while the cheerleaders provided a dance routine.
"It's definitely going to look like Las Vegas," said Neil to the Las Vegas Sun before Monday's game. "We think this is the football team that Las Vegas has been waiting for. It's fun from start to finish. We'll have T-shirt tosses every time there's a break, and, if necessary, I'll have little people doing zip-line rides across the field."
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