Premiere Rolls Out “Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx”

Premiere Radio Networks last night launched Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx into national syndication. The weekday evening program made it’s debut on more than 30 Rock/Alternative radio stations in markets including San Francisco,  Dallas, Portland and Albany. Originating from Premiere’s Los Angeles studios, Nikki Sixx and co-host Kerri Kasem are kicking off their first week with scheduled appearances by Ozzy Osbourne and Dog the Bounty Hunter. A second show, The Side Show with Nikki Sixx, a weekend music-based entertainment program, will debut this weekend.

On the Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx,  Sixx- co-founder/bassist/songwriter of Mötley Crüe , producer, clothing designer, philanthropist, best-selling author and photographer – and co host Kerri Kasem, discuss music and lifestyle topics as they give listeners a behind the scenes look at the world and mind of a rock star.  Sixx provides his unique perspective and attitude as the duo welcomes celebrity guests, recording artists and fascinating characters from all walks of life.

Sixx stated, “After almost 30 years of hearing my music and being interviewed on the radio, I’m excited to finally be behind the mic with Sixx Sense. Together, with Kerri Kasem, I hope to create the best possible radio show with compelling guests, interesting topics and great music.”

“The response from radio stations across the country has been tremendous,” stated Premiere Radio SVP of Affiliate Relations Eileen Thorgusen. “Combining Nikki’s star power with local Rock/Alternative playlists is a win-win for stations, listeners and fans nationwide.”

4 thoughts on “Premiere Rolls Out “Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx”

  • June 3, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    This show is nothing but a vanilla rock version of Seacrest’s show. Its a “top 100” for rock music. They start the show saying that they’ll talk about a bunch of potentially interesting topics intended as cliff-hangers, and ultimately end up chatting between commercials and music about unrelated filler that nobody cares about. The jokes are painfully obviously manufactured.

    Not only that, but the music is the same “safe rock” that you hear every day anyways. So essentially what you are subjected to is a radio show that is trying as hard as they can (at all costs) to appeal to the broadest demographic ever while still reserving the right to technically call themselves a “rock radio show”. There’s multiple co-hosts and they still can’t talk about anything that’s worth while.

    This show is further proof that a rock star should never have a syndicated radio show. David Lee Roth’s show was 10 times better, and that show was worse than awfull.

  • March 19, 2010 at 3:40 am

    is it true after the dead of the winter tour all of u r doing a solo alblum

  • March 9, 2010 at 4:06 pm

    is it true after the dead of the winter tour all of u r doing a solo alblum

  • March 9, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    what is and was your favorite band now and growing up

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