Nikki Sixx Shares A Video From Mötley Crüe Rehearsals For The First Time, And It Sounds Awesome

On his recent Instagram post, Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx shared a video of her little daughter Ruby who joined the band for their rehearsal to prepare for their upcoming Stadium Tour. The sound quality drew significant attention from their fans, praising the group in the comments section.

Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard announced their co-headlining Stadium Tour, in which Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Poison would also join them in 2019 because they planned to start it in the following year. However, neither the musicians nor their fans could guess that a highly deadly virus would shake the world. Thus, they had to reschedule it to 2021 because of coronavirus and its restrictions.

The following year became another disappointment when the bands wanted to postpone it to 2022 for public health in the middle of a global pandemic. They delayed the Stadium Tour many times, but the third time became the charm. They will finally hit the road in Atlanta on June 16, 2022, and end on September 9, 2022, in Paradise. Also, Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts and Classless Act will perform the opening acts.

The first rehearsal video shared a short time before their tour made the fans very excited. Although they couldn’t watch the band, they saw the little guest, Ruby, who was listening to them. The sounds received very positive comments from the followers. As it can be heard from this new footage, Mötley Crüe members are ready to hit the stage with their groundbreaking performances.

Sixx’s IG post read as follows.

“Ruby’s first band rehearsal. Sitting in on SATD.”

In addition, the longtime dedicated Mötley Crüe fans have been looking forward to listening to their idols live after years of waiting for various reasons, especially the COVID-19 outbreak and their no-touring contract. Considering the band’s effort and passion, the Stadium Tour will be a marvelous and unforgettable experience for their fans who have been patiently waiting.