MÖTLEY CRÜE's SIXX: 'Thank You For A Great Year'
MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message in his online diary:
"Well, Donna [wife] and Rhyan are off to Cambodia for X-mas.We had ours early this year so she could take Rhy there for a special mother/son trip. Im excited for them, yet it somehow feels sad to be in a somewhat empty house on X-mas. It'sjust me and Frankie here until tomorrow when Gunner, Storm and Decker come back from their mother's.
"I wanted to wish all of you a very happy holiday and thank you for a great year. There has been a lot of money raised through the auctions for 'Running Wild in the Night' and that means the world to me and the kids at Covenant House. I hope you get everything you want this holiday and at least everything you need."
Sixx recently told Doug Podell of Detroit's WRIF 101.1 FM that the band will commence the songwriting/demoing process for their new studio album on May 1, 2006. Joining the group for the new album sessions will be producer Bob Rock, who previously worked with MÖTLEY CRÜE on their "Dr. Feelgood" and self-titled albums, as well as the three new tracks that appeared on CRÜE's two-CD "greatest hits" collection, "Red, White & Crüe", which came out in early February. A 2007 release is expected.
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