Robert Fleischman states might still be part of Vinnie Vincent’s concerts if things change “drastically”
Former Vinnie Vincent Invasion lead vocalist Robert Fleishman was interviewed by Mark Strigl for the podcast Talking Metal at the New Jersey KISS Expo in Parsippany, New Jersey, USA on December 8, 2018.
Last month, Fleischman had announced via Facebook that he was pulling out from singing during guitarist Vinnie Vincent‘s two scheduled concerts in Nashville, Tennessee, USA on February 8 and 9, 2019.
Fleischman was asked during his interview with Talking Metal whether he had any contact with Vincent since his announcement that he was pulling out of the two February shows.
The singer replied (as transcribed by Sleaze Roxx): “Yeah. I talked to him. Yeah. And our relationship is fine. He’s got to understand and I think he does understand but you know if things change drastically, you know, something could happen but I’m not going to say. It’s so up in the air. And yeah, I just had a hard time with the people that represent him. They just seem to always fumble for him and I feel bad for him but these people like to find people that they can piggy back on, use their celebrity to advance their careers and then, you know, he gets tied up in it and then it always somehow starts sinking. And it’s a shame but it’s just the way things happen to work for him.”
Interview with Robert Fleischman by Talking Metal:
Robert Fleischman talks to Mark Strigl at the NJ Kiss Expo 2018. Topics include pulling out of the upcoming Vinnie Vincent show, Gene Simmons, songwriting a…