If they’re not careful Sixx A.M. could go down as a band that died before its time, starved of oxygen thanks to the day jobs of its members.
ELO! Queen! Disco! Nikki Sixx’s ‘other’ band embrace the sounds of the 70s on their vintage third platter.
Frontman and seasoned producer James Michael, Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba and Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx formed the band in 2007, but have managed to align schedules for just a handful of shows so far. But with the end in sight for Mötley, this could be about to change. As they prepare to release their third album, Modern Vintage, we spoke to Sixx and Michael about why Sixx A.M.'s time in the spotlight may finally have come.