Nikki Sixx and Dean Markley Announce Online Trivia Contest

crueGLENDALE, AZ SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 –– To celebrate and kick off their new residency “Mötley Crüe Invites You To An Intimate Evening In Hell” at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas, Dean Markley is teaming up with Nikki Sixx for an online trivia contest.  The contest runs now through October 15, 2013 with prize packages that include a Nikki Sixx Signature Series bass from Schecter Guitars, an autographed drumhead signed by all four member of Mötley Crüe, an autographed copy of Mötley Crüe‘s Greatest Hits CD, Nikki’s Signature Series set of bass strings from Dean Markley and much more. Fans can enter by visiting www.deanmarkley.com/nikkisixx/  Read More …

NEWS: SIXX A.M. gets Oz release date

Can’t wait to check out the new SIXX A.M. album and Nikki’s forthcoming book. Both are titled This Is Gonna Hurt. The single “Lies Of The Beautiful People” is going to radio on April 18 (check out the official video below) and the album is out here in Oz on May 6. Here’s a press release:

NIKKI SIXX TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM WITH SIXX A.M
‘THIS IS GONNA HURT’
SINGLE ‘LIES OF THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE’ TO RADIO MONDAY APRIL 18TH

Sony Music is excited to announce the forthcoming album from Nikki Sixx and SIXX A.M, ‘This Is Gonna Hurt’, which will be released in Australia on May 6th, 2011. The follow up to ‘The Heroin Diaries’, ‘This Is Gonna Hurt’ delivers aggressive and sweeping guitars, twisted and dark lyrics and incredible musicianship and song-writing synonymous with the band.

SIXX A.M is comprised of musical Icon and Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx, Guns and Roses guitarist, DJ Ashba and James Michael. The band released their debut album ‘The Heroin Diaries’ in 2007 which successfully sold almost 350,000 copies in the United States and spawned the biggest rock track of 2008 “Life Is Beautiful” which was a #1 hit overseas.

The first single from the forthcoming album “Lies of the Beautiful People,” heads to radio on Monday April 18th; the track introduces the overriding themes of the album which tackles contradictions in society with Sixx urging listeners to look beneath the skin.

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