It's turning out to be quite the productive and creatively rewarding trip for Nikki Sixx as he enjoys his travels in Australia. Sixx is currently touring Down Under with Motley Crue and he's been using his downtime to work through new music.
It's been an eventful 24 hours for Motley Crue vocalist Vince Neil. As we previously reported, the band had to end their Sunday (March 10) performance in Sydney, Australia, early when Neil was rushed to the hospital and it was later revealed that the singer was suffering from kidney stones. Now comes word that the vocalist underwent surgery to remove the stones.
Motley Crue played an abbreviated set Sunday night (March 10) in Sydney, Australia, after singer Vince Neil could no longer continue and had to be rushed to a local hospital. Guitarist Mick Mars took to Twitter a little after the fact to reveal that the singer was suffering from kidney stones and that the pain got the better of him.
Motley Crue may be enjoying the Australian summer down under at the moment, but the band will return to North America later this spring for more shows. The group recently announced an April-May trek that would take them through Canada, and now they've tacked on a number of U.S. stops to fill out their May itinerary.
Nikki Sixx may be touring down under with Motley Crue in Australia, but the bassist is keeping his mind creatively occupied with ideas for his other band Sixx: A.M. as well. In his latest Australian tour journal, the bassist reveals that he's been working on new music during his downtime on the road.
Hard rock veterans Motley Crue have just announced a massive set of 2013 Canadian tour dates. The longest string of Canadian shows in the band's history will see Motley Crue spending nearly a month up North with a total of 18 shows, taking Big Wreck along for the ride as support.
While many may have figured that 2013 would be when we'd see new Motley Crue music, it turns out that Nikki Sixx also has plans for his other band as well. According to a new posting on the Sixx: A.M. Facebook page offered by Sixx himself, the group is looking to release a new album next year.
Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil provided a memory for a tribute band that they'll likely never forget. The vocalist headed out after the band's performance Thursday night (Sept. 13) to catch a show from Crued, a Motley Crue tribute band, and ended up joining them onstage.
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