CRUDE: A Completely Unauthorized Play With David Lucarelli, Nikki Sixx A Gen-X Song Writer? A Theatre Of Pain Tour Production Analysis And More
This episode of Crue Cast is a podcast about the most infamous band in rock history, Motley Crue hosted by Jason LaChance. I talk with fellow Crue Head David Lucarelli the award-winning Writer/Producer Doctor of Zomba’s Ghost Show and Completely Unauthorized Play Crude. David and I also discuss his perspective of Nikki Sixx as a Gen-X songwriter. An analysis of the Theatre Of Pain live tour and more. Crude is an award-winning darkly humorous drama (not authorized by Mötley Crüe) about a band who rose up from the streets of Hollywood to become a cultural phenomenon, and how for one brief, shining moment, all things seemed possible. Starring Ryan Ruffing, Phillip-Charlie Daniell, and Madison Hansen. Rated PG-13 WINNER-Hollywood Encore! Producers’ Award “Hilarious,” “Brash, loud, sexual energy floods the stage,” “The cast is brilliant,” “An important piece of American cultural history.”- Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros, NoHo Arts District “A love letter to the legendary 80s band that lets us experience the heady, hedonistic joy of being the biggest stars on the planet!”-Cheryl Lightfoot, Pop Culture Junkie “Ryan Ruffing gives a deep and exciting performance”-Glen Pavan, Bassist GayC/DC By Popular Demand! Fresh off the sold-out 5 show run at Fringe Fest. Catch the final 3 performances this Friday-Sunday August 19th-21st at 8pm nightly at The Flight Theatre at Complex Hollywood 6476 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles This play has not been endorsed or authorized by Mötley Crüe (AKA Motley Crue) or any of its members. See it while you can! Get tickets at https://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/6755?tab=tickets and use the discount code: davel For more on Dave and his work give him a follow on Facebook and Instagram. https://www.facebook.com/david.b.lucarelli www.instagram.com/davidlucarelli5532/ Thank you for listening to Crue Cast!🤘 Please share the podcast with a fellow Crue Head and give us a follow on social media. For Crue Cast Social Media https://www.instagram.com/cruecast/ https://www.facebook.com/cruecast https://twitter.com/cruecast Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts https://linktr.ee/cruecast Jason’s other podcasts focus on addiction recovery and mental health. Knockin’ Doorz Down, featuring Kat Von D, Bam Margera, Charlie Sheen, and more https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown Don’t Hide The Scars, brought to you by the nonprofit Parents & Addicts In Need https://linktr.ee/painnonprofit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cruecast/message
The guys got a recent correspondence asking for more Crue content.... So it seemed like a good time to revisit Episode 12 of the show when Murdock got to geek out about that time Crue might have replaced the bass player and never told anyone...SHOW NOTES: Loudersound article:https://www.loudersound.com/features/matthew-trippe-nikki-sixx-the-imitation-gameThe interview tapes with Matthew Trippe:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlBFJ2UXBsEFrom CarWreckdebangs.Wordpress.com (with photos of original Kerrang! article)https://carwreckdebangs.wordpress.com/2019/01/23/motley-crue-had-a-fake-nikki-sixx-and-nobody-noticed-the-strange-tale-of-matthew-trippe/1983 Japanese TV interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4SS8ptJgm4Motley Crue performing "Take Me To the Top" in 1983: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CujG4md_Lcg
Dopey 343: Nikki Sixx, Mötley Crüe, The Heroin Diaries, The First 21,Relapse, Recovery
Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
This week on Dopey! Dopey dream guest, Nikki Sixx calls in to talk about his incredible origin before the debauchery of sex, drugs and rock and roll with Mötley Crüe. He shares a bit about his upbringing, his brief time dealing chocolate mescaline and a ton of rock and roll stories. PLUS Howie, Dopey emails and a whole lot more on a legendary new episode of Dopey! MORE ABOUT DOPEY: Dopey Podcast is the world’s greatest podcast on drugs, addiction and dumb shit. Chris and I were two IV heroin addicts who loved to talk about all the coke we smoked, snorted and shot, all the pills we ate, smoked, all the weed we smoked and ate, all the booze we consumed and all the consequences we suffered. After making the show for 2 and a half years, Chris tragically relapsed and died from a fentanyl overdose. Dopey continued on, at first to mourn the horrible loss of Chris, but then to continue our mission - which was at its core, to keep addicts and alcoholics company. Whether to laugh at our time in rehab, or cry at the worst missteps we made, Dopey tells the truth about drugs, addiction and recovery. We continually mine the universe for stories rife with debauchery and highlight serious drug taking and alcoholism. We also examine different paths toward addiction recovery. We shine a light on harm reduction and medication assisted treatment. We talk with celebrities and nobodies and stockpile stories to be the greatest one stop shop podcast on all things drugs, addiction, recovery and comedy!
Nikki Sixx is a rock and roll legend. As the bassist for Mötley Crüe, his very name conjures up images of hardcore partying. The band even named an album after heroin (Dr. Feelgood). But what does that lifestyle do long term? Especially for someone who says they were “made to be an addict.” Join us as Nikki tells us about his personal struggles with addiction, how he reached sobriety, and how he reconciles being sober with his public persona.To Learn more -- or read the transcript -- click here for the official episode page.Guest BioNikki Sixx is the international rock icon, founding member of Mötley Crüe and Sixx:A.M, three-time New York Times bestselling author with “The Heroin Diaries,” “This Is Gonna Hurt,” and Mötley Crüe’s “The Dirt,” philanthropist, photographer, and addiction recovery advocate.In March 2019, Sixx premiered Mötley Crüe's Netflix hit biopic, “THE DIRT” which is based on the band’s NY Times bestselling 2001 biography. The movie propelled Mötley Crüe’s music catalog, streaming, licensing, and merchandise to new heights while fueling tremendous popularity of the band with a brand new generation of younger fans. Due to the massive fan demand for live shows, the band subsequently announced a summer 2020 U.S. STADIUM TOUR and sold out most shows within just a short amount of time. Due to the global pandemic, the tour is currently set to take place in Summer 2022.Sixx has been a long-time advocate for expanding support services for people in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD), and has given testimony on Capitol Hill, made frequent media appearances to discuss his experiences, and authored op-ed’s on the subject in major publications, such as The L.A. Times, to help break the silence and fight the stigma that often accompanies SUD. It is Nikki’s strong desire to help make a change for the better with what is our country’s most prevalent public health crisis.Inside Mental Health Podcast HostGabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author.Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can’t imagine life without. To learn more about Gabe, please visit his website, gabehoward.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Mötley Crüe rockstar talks to Colin Murray about living life at full speed, the importance of honesty in his sobriety and growing up on a farm in New Mexico.Midnight Meets is part of Colin Murray’s BBC Radio 5 Live show which is on Monday to Wednesday 10.30pm to 1am - or available whenever you want via the free BBC Sounds app.
The Gifts In Life That Come From Struggles with Nikki Sixx
The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)
My guest today is Nikki Sixx and I have to tell you, this is by far one of the best interviews and guests I’ve had on the podcast. I grew up on Motley Crew and no doubt this interview surpassed all my expectations in the content he shared, his authenticity and so much more. You won’t want to miss it. Nikki Sixx is one of the most respected, recognizable and entrepreneurial icons in the music industry. He founded Motley Crew and has been sober for 21 years. He is incredibly passionate about his craft and wide open about his life in rock and roll. He was an All-American kid growing up. He loved to hunt, fishing, he chased girls, played football, but underneath of all of it, there was this burning desire for more, and that was music. It’s one of my top 5 interviews, that is all I can say. For the show notes and exclusive links mentioned in this episode go to https://thedadedge.com/343
Nikki Sixx on How the "Beast" of Stress and Trauma Can Lead to Substance Abuse
Going There with Dr. Mike
This November, Going There is focusing on stories of substance abuse and addiction, and helping us launch this block of themed episodes is Mötley Crüe member Nikki Sixx. The co-founding bassist and songwriter joins Dr. Mike Friedman to share how traumatic life events contributed to his addiction, and how he has been able to maintain sobriety for 20 years. The Grammy Award-nominated musician describes how he experienced multiple stressful and traumatic events in his life including abuse, neglect, and concussions from football – all of which can have an impact on mental and physical health. He opens up about how traumas like these are a beast with multiple tentacles that can tear us down, leaving us vulnerable to substance use. Sixx, who's new book is called The First 21, explains how traumatic events can create emotional chaos and confusion, making it more difficult and complicated to connect with ourselves and achieve emotional well- being. When we feel so confused, empty, and in pain, we look to simple things that make us feel connected. Sometimes it can be something healthy like music, while others it’s substances like drugs or alcohol that temporarily soothe us. Sixx details how understanding what functional benefits he received from using has helped him understand what needs required fulfilling as he worked on recovery. He also uses this same thought process to help others with their own recovery. We must remember that addiction is still a mental illness, and it is crucial that we treat people who struggle with addiction with dignity and respect, seeing them as a whole human being trying to figure out their lives and how substances have played a role in that journey up until this point. That gives us the best balance of empathizing and being compassionate as we help people in their ongoing recovery. So let's go there with Nikki Sixx and listening to his discussion on substance abuse above.