MOTLEY CRUE's Sixx Gets Sentimental On Christmas Day!

MOTLEY CRUE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following Christmas message to his fans:

We would like to wish all of you fans of music and life a very merry Xmas and hope your holidays are full of love and excitement.

I've had many gifts in this life, many I owe directly to you guys for following me in on my path of music. Every dollar I've ever made or spent came directly in one form or another from music. I have given you the gift of MOTLEY CRUE and rock n roll in my interpretation, you've given me the freedom to continue on and have a wonderful life. You've touched my family in your support and I want to thank you for that... Next year I hope to give you some great music. Thank you allowing me that gift... All our love... Nikki, Donna, Gunner, Rhyan, Storm, Decker and Frankie-Jean.


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