NIKKI SIXX Auctioning Stage Clothes For Charity

March 1, 2007

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx is auctioning his stage clothes from the 2006 Route Of All Evil Tour, which saw teaming up with AEROSMITH all across North America. The auction begins today, Thursday, March 1 and ends Wednesday, March 7. The items being sold include a collection of autographed clothing designed and worn by Sixx during the tour.

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Sixx founded the Running Wild in the Night foundation, which is dedicated to raising funds for Covenant House. Covenant House is the largest privately-funded childcare agency in the United States providing shelter and service to homeless and runaway youth.

Commented Sixx: "I chose to work with Covenant House after a lot of research. I saw what they were doing and it was exactly what I had envisioned for helping at-risk kids. I visited the Los Angeles location and was impressed by the whole operation. Running Wild in the Night helps brings in money for Covenent House and will help provide creative opportunities for the residents including instruments and musical instruction for the kids."

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