Watch Vince Neil Join Sammy Hagar Onstage To Sing A Led Zeppelin Classic


Mötley Crüe's triumphant reunion tour has been postponed another year, but Vince Neil didn't want to wait that long to get back onstage again.

On Wednesday night (May 26) Neil joined forces with another legendary frontman, Sammy Hagar, during a gig with The Circle in Orlando, Florida.

Neil hopped onstage for the first time in close to two years to sing Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll" alongside Hagar and the band featuring Jason Bonham, Vic Johnson and Michael Anthony.

A day later, Hagar shared a photo of himself alongside the Mötley Crüe frontman via Instagram, writing, "look who showed up the second night in Orlando to sit in on Led Zeppelin's ['Rock and Roll']. Two great shows. Thank you Orlando."

You can check out what it sounded like via the video player above!

Hagar & the Circle got back on the road Sunday in Key West, Florida. During the gig, Hagar celebrated the return of live music and dedicated a rendition of David Bowie's "Heroes" to frontline workers who kept the world turning despite the pandemic-related shutdowns.

"We started feeling really, really grateful for those people that stayed on the money," Hagar said. "The firemen, the policemen, the mailman, the grocery store attendant, the plumber that came to my house and fixed my f---ing toilet during COVID. Those people became kind of like the real heroes in life. Everybody’s got these heroes that are just bigger than life, well it seems like during 2020 some regular people stepped up and became heroes.”

Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard's highly-anticipated co-headlining 'Stadium Tour' with Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts has officially been postponed until 2022.

The bands said in a statement that another postponement was the only way to ensure that they can perform all the dates.

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