Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx Prefers Short Tour Stint To Full-Year Schedule

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In a recent tweet, Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe shared his perspective on touring, highlighting the excitement of a condensed schedule compared to the grind of a year-round tour.

Expressing anticipation for the upcoming summer shows, Sixx emphasized the rarity of Mötley Crüe’s decision to limit their performances to just 20 shows in a year. In his tweet, he remarked, “Press and rehearsals coming up before we all head east to start the summer shows. We are usually off tour or on tour, so for us to just do 20 shows in a year is gonna be fun. Kinda best of both worlds…”

As Mötley Crüe gears up for their upcoming performances, anticipation is building for potential changes to their setlist. Sixx hinted at the possibility of fresh material and a revamped stage setup, suggesting a dynamic and engaging experience for fans attending their summer shows.

Meanwhile, drummer Tommy Lee’s recent health struggles have been a point of concern. Despite undergoing surgery on his hand, Lee remains resilient, sharing updates on his recovery with fans on social media. His triumphant return to health is a testament to his dedication to his craft and his enduring passion for music.

Amidst preparations for their tour, Mötley Crüe is also channeling their creative energy into a new album. Initially teasing a blend of country and hip-hop influences, Sixx clarified that his comments were meant in jest, highlighting the band’s ongoing commitment to pushing musical boundaries.

With performances lined up at prestigious festivals such as Welcome To Rockville, Festival D’été De Québec, Louder Than Life, and Aftershock, Mötley Crüe is poised to deliver a series of electrifying performances that showcase their enduring legacy and undeniable rock ‘n’ roll spirit.

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