MÖTLEY CRÜE Bassist Checks In From London
MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message on his MySpace page:
"Where did it start? Oh yeah, years ago. But less on that one, more on this….
"We're on a little short European run of dates (an one international date in mind). We've just done five shows in a row; seven countries in a few less days.
"Tonight's [June 9] show at the Download festival was magic. Wish you were there. All the pistons were firing and carburetor was wide open. Sexy, dark and beautiful in the ugliest of ways or in less poetic terms. We fucking rocked and so did Donington Park. Sweaty, stinky, down and dirty and more sweat..…boiling under the tent and loving every moment off it.
"We just now got into London. Our day started in Brussels (fuck yes, I had waffles for breakfast), then Amsterdam and finally Birmingham and now London. The city's alive out there and I'm dead in my room. I have plans tomorrow and I need my beauty sleep. Paris is calling."
Remaining MÖTLEY CRÜE European shows:
June 11 - London, UK - Hammersmith Apollo
June 12 - Manchester, UK - Apollo
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