Sixx: A.M. News
5-13-15: Rock and roll outfit Sixx: A.M. recently wrapped a North American leg of tour last month, and the band saw a considerable demand for tickets on the secondary market. Over the month-long tour that saw the group play 16 shows, the average secondary price for Sixx: A.M. tickets was $59.25.
Sixx: A.M. Performance Videos
Sixx: A.M. Biography
Nikki Sixx has led a life unlike many others. The bassist of Motley Crue, which was arguably the biggest
glam band of the 80s, has recorded hit records with both his original band and Sixx: A.M., his side
project that features DJ Ashba and James Michael. While Sixx has had a hand in some of the 20th
century’s biggest rock songs with Motley Crue, the musician’s excessive party habits eventually led to
multiple heroin overdoses in the late 80’s, prompting Sixx to later pen The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the
Life of a Shattered Rock Star in 2007. The book received critical acclaim, which led to the eponymously
named debut album by Sixx: A.M. that same year. After year of other commitments, the group embark
on their first-ever headlining tour in 2015 , where Sixx A.M. tickets will undoubtedly be in high demand.
After four years of minor tour schedules due to Sixx’s involvement with Motley Crue, the band returned
to the studio in 2010 to record their sophomore album, This Is Gonna Hurt, which was released in May
of 2011. The album spawned the lead single “Lies Of The Beautiful People” and debuted at No. 10 on the
Billboard 200, selling 30,000 copies in its first week. It received fairly unimpressive reviews by Rolling
Stone and Allmusic, but led to another highly-anticipated string of tour dates that saw Sixx: A.M. tickets
rise in demand. The group’s third and latest album, Modern Vintage, was released in October of 2014
and peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard 200. The lead single off of their 2014 release was “Gotta Get It
Right”, which was released to the public on August 5. Their 2015 headlining tour will be their biggest
excursion on the road yet, and Sixx: A.M. tickets will likely sell out on the primary market when they
make their way across North America.
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Sixx: A.M. Discography
Modern Vintage (2014)
This Is Gonna Hurt (2011)
The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack (2007)
Sixx: A.M. Tour Dates
2015 Tour Dates
4/08 — San Francisco, CA. — The Regency Ballroom
4/10 — Las Vegas, NV. — The Joint @ Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
4/11 — Los Angeles, CA. — Club Nokia
4/13 — Denver, CO. — Ogden Theatre
4/14 — Kansas City, MO. — Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
4/16 — Houston, TX. — Warehouse Live
4/17 — Dallas, TX — The Bomb Factory
4/19 — Minneapolis, MN. — Mill City Nights
4/20 — Chicago, IL. — Vic Theatre
4/21 — Royal Oak, MI. — Royal Oak Music Theatre
4/23 — Toronto, ON. — Phoenix Concert Theatre
4/24 — Sayreville, NJ. — Starland Ballroom
4/25 — Worcester, MA. — The Palladium
4/27 — New York, NY. — Best Buy Theater
4/28 — Philadelphia, PA. — Electric Factory
4/29 — Silver Spring, MD. — The Fillmore Silver Spring