NIKKI SIXX Goes 'On The Record with Greta Van Susteren'; Video Available

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx visited Fox News Channel's "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" to talk about his new book "The Heroin Diaries", his wild past, overcoming addiction, and why he's sharing his story to help others. Watch the interview in two parts: Part 1, Part 2.

Sixx will publish "The Heroin Diaries" on September 18. The book is taken from actual journals Sixx kept in the late '80s while in the grip of a near-fatal heroin addiction.

A soundtrack album, which Sixx recorded under the name SIXX: A.M., came out last month. It debuted on the Billboard album chart at No. 63, selling 11,000 copies.

Twenty-five percent of Sixx's royalties from the book will go to Running Wild In The Night, a charity he established in conjunction with Covenant House to rescue homeless and runaway youth from the streets.

Sixx will go on a publicity tour to sign copies of the book, beginning on September 18 at Borders in the Westwood district of Los Angeles.

"The Heroin Diaries" book-signing tour dates:

Sep. 18 - Borders - Westwood - Los Angeles, CA
Sep. 22 - Barnes and Noble - Mall of America - Minneapolis, MN
Sep. 23 - Borders - Oakwood, IL (Chicago)
Sep. 24 - Borders - Detroit, MI
Sep. 25 - Virgin - Times Square - New York, NY
Sep. 26 - Borders - Philadelphia, PA
Sep. 27 - Borders - Boston, MA


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