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Vince Neil Performs 'Girls,Girls,Girls' With a Porn Star... In Front of Kids

Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 12:01AM by Registered CommenterAllyson B. Crawford | Comments26 Comments

Vince Neil Performs "Girls, Girls, Girls" with teen group Going Dark and porn star Lisa Ann... for a bunch of kids.

This all happened last weekend at a Motley Crue after party in New Jersey. I'm not saying the performance was right or wrong... but I bet there were some ticked off parents in the crowd! At any rate, it's very cool that the kids got to perform on stage with Vince.


Reader Comments (26)

Motley is known for their sleaze, their shows are filled with sexual imagery (usually with lots of kids in the crowd), and Vince owns a strip club. If anyone gets him to perform without taking this into account, they are naive.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbryon
C'mon. It was a girl in a t-shirt almost dancing onstage with a chubby rock star. If anybody offended, that is proof of the "pussification" of America. Let's

If I was there with my kids I would be happy to hear some kids playing a great tune and tell my kids that the old guy up there was part of something very special in the 80's.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKixchix
After having seen the Crue again a couple of weeks ago, I plan on keeping my son away from their shows for a long, long time. Between Tommy's potty mouth and the half naked women everywhere, he just ain't ready for that kind of show. Chances are, he'll want to check it out when he's older though.

I personally found the women on stage detracted from the show and turned me off big time. I was there to see Crue not some naked 25 year old chicks. I'm guessing most of the guys weren't complaining though.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRita
Judging by the amount of digital cameras and iphones recording the song, I would say there aren't too many angry parents in the crowd
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterwill
Aaaaah, the double standard rears its ugly head again. Kids can play violent video games, or watch TV shows and movies filled with violence, but heaven forbid they're exposed to profanity and/or sexual innuendo.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBob
Honestly, it is pretty classless by Vince. But lets just take a step back and say, wait a minute, how about keep the fuckin kids away from a Crue concert!! They are a dirty, sleazy rock banD !Kids SHOULDNT be there! Hello!
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKenny Ozz
Honestly, it is pretty classless by Vince. But lets just take a step back and say, wait a minute, how about keep the fuckin kids away from a Crue concert!! They are a dirty, sleazy rock band! Kids SHOULDNT be there! Hello!
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKenny Ozz
I'm torn on this one. Though I don't have any Offspring except for their CDs (surprise, surprise -- hey, I'm just a boy, after all!), my niece and her husband, both closet Heavy Metallers, have 3 kids, aged 5, 7 and 9.

She's got her G'n'R in the car when the kids aren't and her husband is a major Ozzy freak who I know for a fact has got them headbangin' like those kids in the Honda Oddysey spot without her knowledge, hahaha!!!

But I know they are generally very careful about the content their kids are exposed to and I bet they'll be even more conscious of it when they're in their Tweens.

That said, when I was just 12 my parents were takin' me to movies like "The Godfather" and by 15 I was attending Aerosmith, Skynyrd and Ted Nugent concerts. I also have early recollections of hearing Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" and The Doors' "Light My Fire" on the radio at night when I was going to sleep at just 9 years old.

But I also gotta wonder about those people who bring their babies to M3 and other major concerts as well as sexually explicit and violent movies.

I may be inherently more tolerant than people today because back in the day it really wasn't that weird that young teenaged girls were hangin' with older dudes. I guess what made it somewhat acceptable was what I call the Jimmy Page Factor. Page dated 14-year-old Lori Maddox when Page was 28. Of course, today people are incarcerated for that.

And I suppose this situation is a lot different than the Page/Maddox scenario. With this Crue after-party, it's more than likely about the music and less about the words, to be honest.

Whatever the case may be, those kids in the audience don't necessarily know the chick up on stage with Neil is a Porn Star, unless, of course, they are even more advanced for their age than we expected.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
Kenny, how is this classless? This was at a Crue after party so I am guessing this had to be around midnight. Why would any good parent have their kid up that late at an after party?
Oops, it was in Jersey.
If they are that big of a Crue fan they know what is up. Plus it was just some dancing, not that big a deal.
Those things are as much for the band as they are for the fan. And their accountants.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterscott whitt
Glad to see Vince sings every other word every time he sings and not just when on stage with Motley Crue.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJN
Hahaha!!!, JN!
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
Scott! I wouldn't dare speak for the almighty Ozz, but what Kenny may mean is that it lacks class to be performing a song with lewd lyrics with a band of 15 year olds to children under 16.
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
With a Porn Star on stage!
September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
Several of those kids in the front row already have pattern baldness! Seriously, though, it looks like a good time was had by all. Parents police their kids and the rest of us step aside.

At least he wasn't playing his solo stuff.
September 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHim
Hahaha!!!, HIM!
September 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
One only needs to go back to "Home Sweet Home" to know that the Crue have NO PROBLEM with topless women and promoting sex. Fast forward to Girls, Girls, Girls...strip clubs, dancers, future ex wives...after that it was well documented that following tours had projections of PORN, a CARNIVAL OF SIN and the imfamous TITTIE CAM. You're taking a kid to a CRUE show? They're gonna get SEX ED 101 REAL quick and in their face. Just because Ozzy toned it down his idea of metal and rock doesn't mean other bands aged as gracefully. Not to mention the AFTER PARTIES are IN BARS. Kids? Yeah leave em at home it's a BAR for F**KS SAKE! And someone is SHOCKED? These kids playing only care that they're playing with was once a ROCK GOD, albeit one that has fallen to earth. Their parents would care less if the porn star was naked, it was about the kids playing a song of sleaze, sex and good old fashion bad boy behavior. If you are a fan of Motley Crue there should be NO surprise of "potty mouths" " half naked women" or other debauchery. In the now immortal words (paraprhrased) of Billy Joe Armstrong, "this ain't JUSTIN FUCKIN' BEIBER!" Sorry but isn't rock n roll supposed to be sleazy and dangerous?
September 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSweet Lou
Sweet Lou put a finer point on it than I did. But I have to agree with him (and the nicely topical Bieber reference no less).

And his retort-by-implication to Rita made me laugh. Again, I was thinking the same thing (and wondering how old her child is . . . no disrespect, Rita).
September 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHim
I want to say my post was NOT to slam Rita because SHE didn't say she TOOK her child to see them, just that she wouldn't. It was aimed toward the Mom's and Dad's that DO take their kids to some of these shows and complain. IF you're a FAN you KNOW what you're getting. Same with people who go to a Guns N Roses show and are pissed that they go on 2 hours late and play till mid-morning...when the lead singer TELLS YOU "I go late" and you choose NOT to believe him then who is the fool? Same goes with Motley Crue...they TELL you it's about sex, drug, and rock n roll...pretty much in that order. So Rita if you took it as a personal slag, it was not, just I hear SO many Moms and Pops say the same things after they're ushering their kids out of shows. My own Mom loved the MUSIC of The Doors and took me to see them when I was 7. I promise if Morrison whipped his dick out SHE would have been the FIRST to be appaulled, guess what? She'd have been wrong.
September 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSweet Lou
My kid just turned 7. I wouldn't take him to a Crüe show and I wouldn't take him to an after show at a bar either. I would go but I wouldn't bring my kid.

Last time I saw Crüe before a couple of weeks ago was in '87 and I remember Donna and Emi from back then. I just personally find hot women useless onstage at a rock show unless they are part of the band.

My whole point was it would be ok to take your kids to some concerts but a Crüe show is not one of them. Kiss for sure, Aerosmith, Van Halen, and Maiden were all shows I went to this year and it would be totally ok to take your kids there (I didn't but a lot of people did).

And p.s. I am not a frumpy soccer mom (not that there is anything wrong with that)!
September 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRita
My kid just turned 7. I wouldn't take him to a Crüe show and I wouldn't take him to an after show at a bar either. I would go but I wouldn't bring my kid.

Last time I saw Crüe before a couple of weeks ago was in '87 and I remember Donna and Emi from back then. I just personally find hot women useless onstage at a rock show unless they are part of the band.

My whole point was it would be ok to take your kids to some concerts but a Crüe show is not one of them. Kiss for sure, Aerosmith, Van Halen, and Maiden were all shows I went to this year and it would be totally ok to take your kids there (I didn't but a lot of people did).

And p.s. I am not a frumpy soccer mom (not that there is anything wrong with that)!
September 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRita

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