Sixx:A.M. Film New Video

Sixx:A.M., who have been on hiatus since 2017, got back together yesterday (December 19) to film a new video. The band posted the following:


Nikki Sixx Says He Is Going To Shoot A New Video With Sixx:A.M. In Two Weeks

In addition to working on new Mötley Crüe songs for the film adaptation of “The Dirt”, Nikki Sixx is also planning to shoot a new video with Sixx:A.M. in two weeks. The bassist tweeted the following:

DJ Ashba (Sixx:A.M., Ex-Guns N’ Roses) Reportedly Arrested For DUI

According to TMZ, DJ Ashba (Sixx:A.M., ex-Guns N’ Roses) was arrested on suspicion for DUI in Fairbury, Illinois. The guitarist was in town to perform the national anthem at the 29th running of the Prairie Dirt Classic, and he was pulled over after failing to stop at a stop sign. Police gave Ashba field sobriety tests and he was arrested after showing signs of impairment. Despite this, he did take to Facebook on July 29 to say the following: “It was so nice to chill back home for a few and reset. Thank you to everyone in my hometown of Fairbury for having me out to perform the National Anthem for ya’ll. It was an honor! Till next time….”

Sixx:A.M. Planning To Release A Greatest Hits Album This Year

It looks like Sixx:A.M. will be releasing a greatest album later this year. Nikki Sixx revealed the news in the below tweet, and also confirmed the effort will have some new music included with it.

Nikki Sixx (Mötley Crüe, Sixx:A.M.) Guests On “The Doctors”

Nikki Sixx (Mötley Crüe, Sixx:A.M.) appeared on today’s (November 14) episode of “The Doctors” to discuss heroin addiction, recovery, and the opioid epidemic. You can see footage from the show below:

Sixx:A.M. Premiere “Accidents Can Happen 2017” Lyric Video

Sixx:A.M. have premiered a lyric video for “Accidents Can Happen 2017.” This reimagined version of the track appears on the 10th anniversary edition of “The Heroin Diaries” soundtrack.

Nikki Sixx (Mötley Crüe, Sixx:A.M.) Bringing “Sixx Sense” Radio Show To An End

Nikki Sixx (Mötley Crüe, Sixx:A.M.) has announced the end of his Sixx Sense radio show and spinoffs. Sixx decided to end the program so he can focus on other projects such as his photography, his TV endeavors, and the Broadway adaptation of “The Heroin Diaries”. His final show will be broadcasted on December 31.

Julie Talbott, president of Premiere Networks, commented:

“When we first partnered with Nikki in 2010, we set out to create a unique program from the perspective of true rock star, and that’s exactly what we did. We’re proud of the work we did together to make ‘Sixx Sense’ one of the most widely syndicated rock radio programs in the country while establishing the ultimate platforms for rock music fans, as well as new and established artists. It’s been a pleasure working with Nikki, and we wish him all the best.”

Sixx added:

“I grew up discovering music on the radio. So to host my own show over the nearly eight years of ‘Sixx Sense’ was beyond my wildest dreams. I could not have done it without my amazing team in the studio, or the guests, musicians, and listeners that brought the show to life. It’s been an inspirational journey and I’ll always be a fan of the medium, but it’s time to shift gears outside the realm of solely radio. I’m in the process of developing new and unique programming and ventures across multiple platforms. But I’m really gonna miss ‘Sixx Sense’.”

If your curious about his other projects it is worth noting that he is working on the Broadway adaptation of “The Heroin Diaries” with former Live Nation Chairman and “Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark Broadway” producer Michael Cohl, and that it will feature music from the Sixx:A.M. album of the same name.

Sixx will also be taking his “Conversations with Angels” photo exhibit around the world in partnership with Leica Camera. That will be on display at the Leica Gallery in Los Angeles, through November 5. Leica also plan to release a limited edition Nikki Sixx Leica Q camera as well.

Furthermore, Sixx will also serve as a mentor on the Canadian talent show “The Launch.”

The 10th anniversary editions of “The Heroin Diaries” book and album will be available on October 27.