Vince Neil's first son Niel was born when Vince was still a teenager.
Vince went on stage to perform on June 30th, 2006 and was too intoxicated to stand, he fall off of the stage. Luckily for him, former Motley Crue frontman John Corabi who is touring with the 80's rock group RATT jumped up on stage and helped Neil through his songs.
Vince started the Skylar Neil Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit child Cancer research with the TJ Martell and Neil Bogart Foundation and Cancer research.
Vince married wife number 5 in January 2005, Lisa Gerardin. Ordained Minister and former Surreal Life reality tv star castmate, MC Hammer officiated the ceremony.
Vince went on tour in 2003 as a solo act with the 'Rock Never Stops' show amongst other rock bands from the 80's.
Vince was a frequent visitor at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, and was charged with battery on one of the prostitues in 2003. She alledges that Neil grabbed her by the neck, and slammed her into the wall.
Vince plead no contest to assault charges when he punched and knocked down record producer Michaek Schuman in 2002.
Vince assaulted Izzy Stradlin of Guns N Roses at the MTV Video Music Awrds in 1989. He was angry with him for hitting his wife, and punched him in the face. This ignited a feud between Neil and Axl Rose, that lasted for years.
Vince married wife number three, Playboy Playmate Heidi Mark. They divorced in 2001.
Vince rejoined Motley crue in 1997 and released Generation Swine. This time around, the band was feuding with drummer Tommy Lee. He quit the band, and was replaced by Randy Castillo, who died of Cancer in 2002.
Vince wrote 'Skylar's Song' to honor the life his his daughter. The single was put on the Carved In Stone album in 1995.
Vince and his second wife Sharise divorced in 1993. Two years later their four year old daughter Skylar died of stomach Cancer on August 15, 1995.
Vince released his solo debut Exposed in 1993, it sold 300,000 copies in the United States.
Vince left Motley Crue to try a solo career in February, 1992. Rumors suggested that he was fired from the band for being more interested in car racing than in the band.
Vince married his first wife, Beth Lynn in 1981, and they divorced in 1985. He re-married after a substance abuse program, to Sharise Ruddell in April, 1988.
Vince was in a drunk driving car accident after a tour with Ozzy Osbourne in 1984. His passenger, Nicholas 'Razzle' Dingley, the drummer for the hard rock band Hanoi Rocks was killed.
Vince was performing with his band Rock Candy when he was noticed by Motley Crue. They asked him to join the band in 1981.
Vince: 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 wouldn't have had the pleasure of meeting those people, if we were not all placed in that fishbowl.
Vince: Man, I have had so much plastic surgery, I don't even recognize myself, sometimes. If I catch a glimpse in a window or something, I think it is someone else. I felt strange revealing the new me to an audience, but I was involved with a television show that I signed a contract with, and that was in the deal. So I just went for it, and jumped in the deep end.
Vince: 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.
Vince: I guess I am just not the marrying type. I have given it a few chances, and it just goes haywire after a month or two. I am on wife number five right now, maybe five's a charm?