NIKKI SIXX Talks About His Early Days And Road To Hollywood (Video)

NIKKI SIXX Talks About His Early Days And Road To Hollywood (Video)

In part one of SIXX:A.M.'s "Interview Project," bassist Nikki Sixx talks to guitarist DJ Ashba about his early beginnings and his road to Hollywood. Check out the clip below.

MÖTLEY CRÜE ended its touring career a year ago with a New Year's Eve show in Los Angeles — a concert which is now available as the home video "The End". Since then, Sixx has kept busy with SIXX:A.M., which has toured extensively and released two companion albums, "Vol. 2, Prayers For The Blessed" and "Vol. 1, Prayers For The Damned".

Sixx recently said that he deleted his Twitter and Facebook accounts because he wanted to "get back to what's real in [his] life."

Sixx announced his decision to quit his popular social media accounts on his 58th birthday, saying that he would focus on "writing music, lyrics, books [and] photography."

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