Norwegian Pop Singer Explains NIKKI SIXX Collaboration

Marion Raven (photo), formerly one half of Norwegian pop group M2M, was asked on her official forum about collaborating with MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx on her debut solo album. "It first started with me going to CBGBs in New York and his band BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION was playing there," she explained. "Then his band came to Norway in June and I went backstage and met Nikki Sixx. We ended up writing two songs together that will be on the album."

Marion Raven's solo debut is tentatively due next year via Atlantic Records.

Marion is currently being managed by manager Allen Kovac of 10th Street Entertainment, who also represents MÖTLEY CRÜE, among other artists.

For more information on Marion Raven, visit her official web site.


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