The co-founder and bass guitarist of Mötley Crüe, Nikki Sixx, has shared a new photo on his official Instagram account today and showed the living room of the home he moved to in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. At the same time, he made a quick question & answer on his official Twitter account and explained why he decided to move to Wyoming.
As you may already remember, Mötley Crüe bassist moved from Los Angeles to Wyoming for good back in 2020, and in a Twitter conversation he had last year, a fan of Sixx asked if it’s an actual move, maybe a second home or vacation and Nikki stated that it was a permanent decision.
Today, he shared the interior design of his new home in Wyoming by calling it with a possible song title: ‘Saturday Night In Wyoming.’ According to the caption of the photos, the design was made by a famous Interior Designer and Architecture and also animal advocate, Kari Whitman. Also, Rob Zombie guitarist John 5 liked and commented on the photo by putting heart and fire emojis.
Here is what Crüe star wrote on Instagram:
“No work-Feels weird. Can’t think of a better place to get my lazy on than right here- Saturday Night In Wyoming (good song title).
Badass interior design by Kari Whitman.”
Right after sending the Instagram photo, he made a question and answer session on his official Twitter account and responded to a fan who asked why he moved to Wyoming where it gets cold and snows after living in a sunny city like Los Angeles.
Here is what Nikki Sixx said:
“Better quality of life for our family. Los Angeles lost her charm, creativity, and sense of freedom over a decade ago.
PS: The change of season is inspiring and the people are REAL.”
You can check out the tweet and the photo right below.
Better quality of life for our family. Los Angeles lost her charm,creativity and sense of freedom over a decade ago. PS The change of season is inspiring and the people are REAL.
— 📷 (@NikkiSixx) April 4, 2021