NIKKI SIXX Talks Addictions On 'Dr. Drew' (Video)
MÖTLEY CRÜE/SIXX: A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx was interviewed on this past Thursday's (April 28) edition of "Dr. Drew" on HLN. A short clip from his appearance on the program can be viewed below.
Sixx's new book, "This Is Gonna Hurt: Music, Photography And Life Through The Distorted Lens Of Nikki Sixx", debuted at No. 4 on The New York Times "Hardcover Advice & Misc" best seller list. The book came out on April 12 via the HarperCollins imprint William Morrow.
You can now "browse inside" the book at HarperCollins.com.
The "This Is Gonna Hurt" book explores a new, more introspective side, the first-ever public showing of his photography and insights on his life yesterday, today and tomorrow. "This Is Gonna Hurt" takes Sixx to a whole new level as an artist, musician and photographer. Accompanying the book, and slated for a May 3 release, will be a new CD by SIXX: A.M. complementing the book's themes and showcasing the incredible songwriting and musicianship of Sixx and SIXX: A.M. bandmates James Michael and D.J. Ashba.
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