Mötley Crüe’s legendary bassist, Nikki Six was the recent interview guest of the Billboard, and Nikki revealed an untold truth about what brought the band members to the good old days.
According to Nikki, the making process of Mötley Crüe‘s well-known biopic, The Dirt connected the band members together and made them great friends again.
Here are his statements:
“I didn’t have any physical challenges. I think I was just detached in a lot of ways. I wasn’t detached onstage, but it just didn’t feel like a camaraderie backstage.
We would do our meet-and-greets and we all would be cordial, but it just didn’t feel the same. Since the movie, it has felt like it used to in the old days.”
“It almost realigned us back to the way we were when we were a club band fighting for a little bit of notoriety on the Sunset Strip.
We were a gang again; we weren’t just a rock band. We talked on the phone every day, or we were in rehearsals. I have really fond memories.”
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