There really isn't anything more rock 'n' roll than an "Indian casino" these days. "We play a lot of the Indian casinos," Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil recently said in an interview with KXPZ in Las Cruces, New Mexico. "Those seem to be where the nightclubs of today are. [Casinos] kind of replaced the nightclubs." The 51-year-old rocker is currently on a solo tour, gigging at some of the finest Native American gaming joints in the U.S., including Seminole Casino Coconut Creek on Saturday. But that doesn't mean he's done with the Crüe. "Mötley starts up again in the middle of February," he told KXPZ. "We'll start rehearsals for Australia and Europe, and we leave at the end of February." Until then, it's all about Tattoos & Tequila, Neil's latest solo record. Released in 2010 as an aural supplement to Tattoos & Tequila: To Hell and Back With One of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen, Neil's 2010 autobiography. The record was Neil's third solo effort. And even though the singer hasn't released anything since then, the 2-year-old album's more than enough reason to want to rock the tits off of Coconut Creek.