Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil performed the National Anthem at the Las Vegas Outlaws first game on Monday at the Thomas & Mack Center as the team hosted the San Jose SaberCats in Arena Football League action.
The SaberCats spoiled the Outlaws debut by winnning the game 59-41.
Neil and his company, Rockstar Sports Group, were awarded the new AFL franchise last September.
The ownership group includes former Florida Gator and Tampa Bay Buccaneer’s quarterback Bob Hewko, aviation businessman Mark Daniels, and technology businessman Sohrob Farudi.
Neil and Motley Crue recently completed a 5-date tour of Japan and announced a series of Australian concert dates in May.
They’ll play three European festivals in June before launching the final North American leg on July 22 in Eugene, OR.
The band will wrap up their performing career with three shows at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, playing their last show on December 31.
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