September 14, 2006

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has checked in from the band's "The Route of All Evil" tour with fellow music veterans AEROSMITH with the following update:

"We're in Darien Lake (where?) and leave after the show for [New York City]… my fave place as far as energy and people watching. Gonna be in the Apple for over a week, hubbing out to shows around and in the NY area… I guess you could say we're the worms in the Apple, but usually that title is held by my friend Dano's mom… I asked dano to get me hooked up to photograph 'the mole people' but it seems security is tight and on heightened alert since 9-11 when it comes to nooks and crannies… understood.

"AEROSMITH (love them) only wanna play every other day and its like watching paint dry in my hotel room… so I'll have to find some other dysfunction to photograph while the worm eats away at the Apple…

"I was just home with my wonderful kiddies…. needed a tune-up….and a realignment with reality….always a plus when you're on a rock tour…

"The spring season (season 2) for Royal Underground [Nikki's clothing line] is almost finished and our first season ships on October 30th. Kelly Gray [Nikki's partner in the clothing line] and I couldn't make any of the fashion week parties and events we were invited to, but next year is just around the corner…

"Fall is near… The cool is setting in and the leaves are attempting to turn all the shades of the coming football season and holiday spirits. God, I love this time of year…

"Black eyes and bloody noses seem to be the standard for the aural stimbulatation we're giving the crowds on this tour… There was this one yuppie in Dockers who walked out when I spit blood on his J. Crew shirt at the last gig… so, of course, I'm trying to get water cannons to shoot blood all over the crowd now…. I mean…look at it as a early Halloween…hahha

"Seems *no* is a word i don't like and sometimes just have to accept…maybe less days off would make me less mischievous??"

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