After performing as a bassist in various bands in Los Angeles, Sixx formed the group Mötley Crüe with drummer Tommy Lee.
Their most successful album, Frank Carlton Serafino Feranna Jr., later known as Nikki Sixx, was born on December 11, 1958, in San Jose, California.
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While living in Jerome, Idaho, he was expelled from school for selling drugs, and his grandparents sent him to live with his mother in Seattle.
Sixx became interested in music, and his first instrument was a stolen guitar, which he later exchanged for a bass.
Afterward, the band produced their most successful album to date, best seller list for 10 weeks.
His father, Frank Sr., left the family shortly after, and Sixx was raised jointly by his mother, Deana, and his grandparents.
Between various moves, Sixx attended seven schools within 11 years.
In 2006, Mötley Crüe completed a reunion tour called "The Route of All Evil," which featured the four original members and was co-headlined by Aerosmith.
Currently, Sixx appears on a nationally syndicated radio show called and photography work.