SIXX: A.M., the band featuring MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx alongside guitarist DJ Ashba and vocalist James Michael, will sign copies of its third album, "Modern Vintage", during the group's first-ever in-store appearance on Wednesday, October 8 at Best Buy in Burbank, from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Best Buy Store #137
1501 N. Victory Place
Burbank, CA 91504-1647
"Modern Vintage" will be issued on October 7 via Eleven Seven Music. The band will celebrate the CD release by playing its first full live show since 2009 the same night. The performance will take place at the iHeart Theater in Burbank, California. The show, as well as a question-and-answer session with the group's about the new album, its influences and the band's future plans will be broadcast exclusively live on iHeartRadio and select Clear Channel radio stations. SIXX: A.M. is also expected to make a big announcement at the event that evening which will have fans buzzing.
You can listen to the live broadcast of the show on October 7 at 7 p.m. PST on iHeartRadio.
Fans of SIXX: A.M. have the opportunity to attend the exclusive one-off show by entering to win tickets at this location. The grand prize will be roundtrip coach airfare for two from Orbitz, two nights hotel accommodations at the Renaissance Los Angeles Airport, two tickets to the SIXX: A.M. concert, signed copies of limited-edition "Modern Vintage" vinyl and a meet-and-greet with the band.
Michael recently told Lithium Magazine about "Modern Vintage": "We think it's our best record so far, and the feedback has been really incredible, to be honest with you.
"When we put out the first single, 'Gotta Get It Right', it was a daring choice for us, because we had other songs on the album that were so much more what SIXX: A.M. fans are expecting. But because of how different this record is and how important it is to us, we wanted to put out a single that kind of set the stage for what is to come
"DJ and I got back from Europe a couple of weeks ago and we were doing a bunch of press over there and I was kind of blown away with how positive the reaction has been, because when you take risks like this, you fully expect to get some pushback. But it has been wonderful so far."