Nikki Sixx Shares New Update On Tour With Guns N’ Roses

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Nikki Sixx, bassist for Mötley Crüe, recently provided updates on potential collaborations and his former band Sixx: A.M. during a Q&A on social media platform X.

When asked by a fan about the likelihood of a tour with Guns N’ Roses, referencing past comments about such a tour being exciting, Sixx replied:

“No plans at this point. Hopefully in 2025.”

In response to another fan inquiring about the activities of his former Sixx: A.M. bandmates, Sixx briefly stated:

“They are making music.”

A Tour with Guns N’ Roses Was Once Considered

Mötley Crüe and Guns N’ Roses have a history of touring together, with the latter opening for Crüe during the promotion of their 1987 debut album, *Appetite for Destruction*. However, tensions arose between the bands, particularly due to a feud involving Vince Neil and Izzy Stradlin, which extended to Axl Rose.

Decades later, with Slash and Duff McKagan rejoining Guns N’ Roses in 2016 and Mötley Crüe coming out of retirement for a tour with Def Leppard in 2022, discussions of a joint tour resurfaced. Unfortunately, it didn’t come to fruition. Sixx had previously explained on Twitter:

“We tried. It just didn’t work out for now. Would be a great tour. You never know.”

Fans remain hopeful that the tour might still happen in the future.

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