Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil underwent hand surgery on November 27. The singer shared a Instagram photo in hospital clothes. In the caption he “Hand Surgery today” #eviking disease #dickupuytren disease #nashville”
According to the hashtags used, it appears that he was treated for Dupuytren’s Disease in at least one hand.
This disease prevents curved fingers from narrowing. It is known as Vicking’s Disease because it is found disproportionately in people of northern European descent.
The surgery comes after two weeks that Mötley Crüe announced they return.
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Mötley Crüe broke their retirement contract by revealing that in 2020 they will tour, joining bands Def Leppard and Poison. However, so far, no date has been announced.
According to US radio station KRNA, a local promoter reported that Mötley Crüe is charging more than $ 3 million for each show performed during the tour.
Again, it’s $ 3 million / show. That is, if the average ticket price was $ 70, at least 46,000 people would be needed to break even.
In addition, another team member said the goal is to sell 60,000 tickets per presentation, accumulating gross revenue of $ 4.5 million, also per presentation. In this case, the average ticket price would be US $ 75.
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