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Nikki Sixx is best known as the bassist, co-founder, and songwriter for the band, Mötley Crüe. Before forming Mötley Crüe, Sixx was in the band Sister and then formed the group London with bandmate Lizzie Grey. Over his time with Mötley Crüe Sixx would go on to be known as one of the great bassists in the metal genre.
In 1981, Sixx founded Mötley Crüe with drummer Tommy Lee and was joined later by guitarist Mick Mars who had found the band through an ad in his local newspaper. The group found their singer, Vince Neil, who went to the same high school as drummer Tommy Lee. Mötley Crüe self-recorded their debut album, Too Fast for Love, which was released in November 1981 on the band's own Leathür Records label. The band then went on to record and release “Shout at the Devil,” which brought the group national fame and recognition. They issued three more albums during the 80's, “Theatre of Pain” in 1985 and “Girls, Girls, Girls” in 1987, and “Dr. Feelgood” in September 1989. The latter ended up being their most successful record, staying in the charts for 114 weeks after its release.
Nikki Sixx continues to be involved in the music industry with his own radio shows after staring in other bands like 58 and Brides of Destruction after Mötley Crüe. We offer a wide variety of Nikki Sixx memorabilia that comes with our authenticity guarantee. Our signed Nikki Sixx band memorabilia will look great on display and also make a great gift for any Mötley Crüe fan, so get yours today!
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