Vinnie Vincent cancels his two comeback shows scheduled for February 8 and 9, 2019
This is likely not a surprise to a lot of people given Vinnie Vincent‘s past track record but the guitarist has reportedly pulled out of his two “comeback” shows scheduled in Nashville, Tennessee, USA on February 8 and 9, 2019.
This takes place 12 days after it was announced or revealed that singer Jim Crean would be handling the lead vocals at the gigs after original Vinnie Vincent Invasion singer Robert Fleischman pulled out of the gigs. Crean later revealed in an interview that surprisingly, he got the gig without ever meeting Vincent.
Content on the Vinnie Vincent Live website has been stripped and replaced with the following message:
“Mr. Vincent has sent a notification letter to the promoter that he will not be performing the concerts scheduled for Feb 8th and 9th, 2019 in Nashville, TN. While we cannot discuss the terms of the contract due to a confidentiality clause within the contract, we are shocked at this development, and it is, unfortunately, beyond our control. The matter has been turned over to our attorney.
As they say, it’s “now in the hands of the lawyers,” and we will update you as we can. Please check back regularly, as this site will be the only source for official updates. In the meantime, every ticket and meet & greet order will be automatically refunded in full, and you will receive a confirmation email of your refund, before or by February 10, 2019.
We want to thank everyone who worked so diligently and tried so hard to make these shows happen. A lot of really good people were involved and tried to make these shows a reality for the fans.”
People are invited to submit questions via the website’s page if they have any questions.