Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil Teams Up With Sammy Hagar To Sing Led Zeppelin’s ‘Rock N’ Roll’
The Circle founder and lead singer, Sammy Hagar shared his experience about his recent Orlando concert on Twitter revealing that Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil was also on the stage and they were performing Led Zeppelin’s ‘Rock N’ Roll.’
Former Van Halen frontman, Sammy Hagar previously announced that he would begin to perform live as soon as possible. His first live performance was the 7th annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure concert including REO Speedwagon’s Kevin Cronin & Dave Amato, Train, Rick Springfield. It was a benefit concert to support the Pediatric Cancer Program. Hagar’s latest live show took place on May 26, 2021, in Orlando.
The Orlando concert drew the great attention of not only Sammy’s fans but also Mötley Crüe and Led Zeppelin fans who had the chance to listen to the cover of ‘Rock N’ Roll’ by Hagar and Neil. ‘Rock N’ Roll’ is one of the most popular tracks of Led Zeppelin’s untitled fourth studio album widely known as ‘Led Zeppelin IV.’ The song was later re-released in the live soundtrack album of the band entitled, ‘The Song Remains the Same.’
During the performance of Sammy Hagar and his supergroup The Circle, Mötley Crüe lead vocalist, Vince Neil joined them to perform the iconic Led Zeppelin song, ‘Rock N’ Roll’ on the stage. Throughout the cover performance of Hagar and Neil, the audience got very excited and gave positive reviews about it. In the caption of his post, Sammy also reflected his happiness about being on the stage with Neil and his gratefulness for his fans.
Here’s what he wrote:
“Look who showed up the second night in Orlando to sit in on Led Zeppelin’s rock ‘n’ roll. Two great shows. Thank you, Orlando.”
You can see the tweet below.
look who showed up the second night in Orlando to sit in on Led Zeppelin's rock 'n' roll. two great shows thank you Orlando #vinceneil #florida #livemusic #thecircle #singers pic.twitter.com/0psIHU8vJN
— Sammy Hagar (@sammyhagar) May 27, 2021
You can watch the performance below.