Today, legendary Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil is celebrating his 58th birthday.

Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx shared a heartwarming birthday tribute dedicated to his bandmate Vince on Instagram.

He has posted some photos of Vince Neil, even including a NSFW photo from their early years as a band. As you can see below, Vince photographed with a topless woman.

Nikki wrote:

“💥Happy birthday 🎂@thevinceneil ⚡️. Have a great day and see ya söon…….🤘🏽”

You can see the photos below.

In a recent Instagram post, Nikki also shared a story from early days of his musical career, and wrote:

“Here’s a throwback for ya. It’s back in the 70’s at a club I used to work at with #LizzieGrey. We were basically janitors. We would often play at night when we could. The club was called #TheStarwood.It’s was on Santa Monica Blvd in Hollywood.

So what’s that have to do with 2019? Well,first you dream it, then you only think,talk and do about it, then you do it over and over no matter who likes it or not. Every morning when you first wake up you hit the restart button, repeat your actions and never give up…………STAY FOCUED…….

I loved this band and our wild 70’s adventures in a very confused music scene in #losangeles London wasn’t my first band but it was the first band that mattered to me.MY POINT no matter how small you feel always think big.

See the photo below.

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Here’s a throwback for ya.It’s back in the 70’s at a club I used to work at with #LizzieGrey. We were basically janitors.We would often play at night when we could.The club was called #TheStarwood.It’s was on Santa Monica Blvd in Hollywood. So what’s that have to do with 2019? Well,first you dream it, then you only think,talk and do about it, then you do it over and over no matter who likes it or not.Every morning when you first wake up you hit the restart button, repeat your actions and never give up…………STAY FOCUED…….I loved this band and our wild 70’s adventures in a very confused music scene in #losangeles London wasn’t my first band but it was the first band that mattered to me.MY POINT no matter how small you feel always think big.

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