Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx recently lashed out at former 'Growing Pains' star Kirk Cameron after he called homosexuality "unnatural" and "detrimental" during an appearance on CNN's 'Piers Morgan Tonight.' Sixx took off the gloves on his Twitter page, reacting to support same-sex marriage.
Nikki Sixx just broke some big news via Twitter. In the midst of Motley Crue's residency in Las Vegas, the band is writing tunes for its new album. And, according to the bassist's description, the first song sounds like it's classic Crue.
He's a prolific musician, a member of one of the most successful rock bands of all time, a published author, and an entrepreneur -- and now, thanks to his role in an upcoming indie film, Nikki Sixx can add "actor" to his long list of accomplishments too.
In addition to putting together a set list for their upcoming residency in Las Vegas, apparently Motley Crue are busy working on some additional onstage entertainment to accompany their show. The band has previously featured a unicycle-riding, fire-breathing little person onstage at gigs, and Nikki Sixx reveals that they're looking for someone to fill the role in Sin City. His first choice? Godsmack singer Sully Erna.
If you’re going to see Motley Crue at their upcoming residency in Las Vegas, make sure you bring plenty of protection. In a recent interview with bassist Nikki Sixx, he gave a colorful description of his band, comparing them to “f---ing a nasty stripper that's probably gonna give you a disease.”
Iconic soul, gospel and R&B singer Etta James passed away today (Jan. 20) at the age of 72. James had been battling serious illness having first being diagnosed with dementia in 2008. She was hospitalized in 2010 after contracting MRSA and again in 2011 fo
In a perfect marriage of debauchery and rock 'n' roll, Motley Crue are set to play a string of dates in Las Vegas in February. Legendary Crue bassist and professional death-defier Nikki Sixx has been constantly sharing his excitement all over Facebook about the band's Vegas residency, calling it the "biggest production of the band's career."
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