In an interview with 97.9X radio station, Steel Panther guitarist Satchel talked about his opinions on Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil and claimed he had never been great performing live.
As you might remember, there has been an ongoing feud between the members of Steel Panther and Mötley Crüe, which allegedly started when Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx stated he didn’t like the glam-metal parody schtick of Steel Panther.
The argument between the heavy metal icons continued when Steel Panther singer Michael Starr gave Vince Neil‘s name in an interview as a response to the question asking which musician he would bring back from the dead implying Vince had lost his talent.
Recently, Steel Panther guitarist Satchel joined an interview with 97.9X radio station and commented on Nikki Sixx’s claim that he was actually the most underrated bass player. In his statement, Satchel mentioned that even though he loved Mötley Crüe, he thought that they were not very good at the live shows.
Furthermore, Satchel claimed that particularly Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil had ‘never been a great live singer.’ However, according to him, even though Mötley Crüe was never assertive about performing live, no one would care since they had all those great songs.
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