Thursday, September 12, 2013

Nikki Sixx: "Isn't true that we asked Sebastian Bach to take the place of Vince Neil"

Predictably, a few days away from the statements of Sebastian Bach, who claimed to have been on the verge of replacing Vince Neil in his exit period from Mötley Crüe, came the denial, specifically by the bassist Nikki Sixx:

I read something online. It is not true, and I want to talk a little '. Sebastian Bach, who was the lead singer of Skid Row (and I still think that he should stay in Skid Row, and I talked with all of them several times), says that Mötley Crüe wanted him to replace Vince Neil. At the time when Vince Neil left Mötley Crüe in 1989 ... 90 ... 89 ... 91 ... one of those years, Sebastian was in Skid Row and the band was absolutely at the top. Dave Sabo, their guitarist, was one of my best friends. So I think I'd remember. Do not know where Sebastian has pulled out of this thing. I think maybe Sebastian wanted to be in Mötley Crüe and that you have neglected to tell us when we were looking for a singer. I do not think, however, that we would take with us, as the Skid Row were our friends.


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