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Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil is apparently considering his strategy for following the group's upcoming farewell tour. The singer has purchased an interest in the Jacksonville Sharks of the Arena Football League, joining fellow rockers KISS (and previous AFL owner Jon Bon Jovi) in entering the indoor football ranks. The Las Vegas Sun reports that Neil is part of an ownership consortium that includes other musicians, though none were named; the newspaper also claims that Neil and company plan to transfer the franchise to Las Vegas, where the Crue man resides, within the next two years. Neil told the newspaper that arena football is "a great action sport growing in popularity with every game. It will be perfect to have an AFL team in Las Vegas. I sense the city would love it. I know that I will, because it's on my home turf." Neil and Motley Crue begin their farewell tour on July 2 in Grand Rapids, Mich., with dates currently booked into late November and overseas legs expected to follow.
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