MTLEY CRE Bassist Interviewed On Australia's 'The Racket' (Audio)

MTLEY CRE bassist Nikki Sixx was interviewed by Andrew Haug for this week's edition of Triple J's "The Racket" radio show, which airs in Australia. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

Interview (audio stream):

MTLEY CRE has no scheduled concerts anywhere in Indonesia, the band announced last week in response to an article appearing in The Jakarta Globe on September 21. The band distances itself from any such announcements, as no agreements for a show at Pantai Karnival in Jakarta oranywhere else in the country were ever made. MTLEY CRE advises its fans that any concert rumors are false, and to be wary of any vendors advertising ticket sales.

MTLEY CRE has just completed a tour of Australia and is set to play dates in Japan.

MTLEY CRE wrapped one of summer's biggest rock tours as headliners and honorees for the Sunset Strip Music Festival (SSMF) live on Sunset Boulevard on August 20. The show, a combination of classic hit songs, massive pyro and fireworks displays, state-of-the-art sound and visual effects including "The 360" drum coaster, with electronic music sensation deadmau5 joining Tommy Lee for a ride rocked over 15,000 fans. It marked the largest crowd ever for the SSMF.

MTLEY CRE's summer trek landed the group on the Billboard "Hot Tours" chart six times since the tour launch, marking it as one of the legendary rock group's most successful tours to date. The 48-city trek tour which launched on June 24 and wrapped last month was one of the summer's highest grossing, packing amphitheaters and arenas all summer long, drawing half a million fans.


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