Motley Crue frontman Nikki Sixx was recently asked about his upcoming plans. He responded to the fan on Twitter.
Nikki Sixx reveals upcoming tours
Sixx responded by the saying that the band is “working on SA-Mexico-Europe-UK-Asia- etc etc”
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We are working on SA-Mexico-Europe-UK-Asia- etc etc
— 📷 (@NikkiSixx) August 21, 2022
Motley Crue are back at full strength, as drummer Tommy Lee played his first full set with the band on “The Stadium Tour” after performing portions of previous shows while playing through broken ribs. Tommy Lee had defied doctor’s orders — despite sustaining four broken ribs — to take part in his band’s long-awaited return to the stage with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett and The Blackhearts. He had also scared the fans with one of his jokes recently.
The former Motley Crue singer John Corabi opened up on Nikki Sixx. Corabi noted that he would have to “bury the hatchet” with Sixx before he would ever consider doing anything with the band again. The band was recently blasted by Hanoi Rocks and John Corabi, who also revealed that Hanoi Rocks guitarist Andy McCoy almost hit him with his cane because of his association with Crue.
Corabi joined Crue in 1992 as the replacement for the group’s original singer, Vince Neil, who was dismissed due to personal differences. With Corabi on vocals, Motley Crue released one critically acclaimed full-length CD, which ended up being a commercial failure in the wake of grunge despite a top 10 placing on the album chart. When Neil returned to the fold in 1997, Corabi was left on his own.
John reflected on his time with Crüe during an appearance yesterday (Thursday, August 18) on SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk”. He was asked if he thinks there is a possibility that he would ever get a call from Motley Crue again if the group had an issue with Neil and he leaves or is fired, John replied: “No. I can absolutely, certifiably tell you there is zero chance of that ever happening. Until Nikki and I would be able to sit down at a table and have a cup of coffee and chew the fat and just whatever, it’s never gonna happen.
“Initially, I was, like, ‘whatever. it doesn’t matter. I’m done reaching out to those guys,’” Corabi continued. “Tommy [Lee, Crue drummer] reached out to me. now we’ve got a communication again. Mick [Mars] I’ve been fine with. Even Vince I’m fine with. But for some reason, Nikki started this whole thing about me not contributing to the ’94 record, that it was painful, and I was just, like, ‘whatever.’