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In a sad bit of news today, Nikki Sixx’s mother passed away over the weekend.
The Motley Crue bassist’s mother, Deana Richards, was 74, though it is unclear how she died at this point, hennemusic reports. Sixx first hinted at the news on his Facebook page.
“Writing a beautiful song about regret.....Pain always serves up the most brutal truth,” he wrote. “I cannot see a ray of sunshine and not find the beauty in the inevitable rain cloud coming in behind it...I have made mistakes....Do lyrics and melody really make up for lost time?”
Last night, Sixx posted again about his mother’s passing, thanking fans for their support. In the post, he lamented the fact that he and his mother had a difficult relationship.
“I waited too long after a rocky road with my mother to try and rebuild the broken [fences],” he wrote. “You can never get time back. We all make mistakes and that was mine…”
Though it will be under sadder circumstances, Sixx will be able to spend more time with his family during this difficult time. Last week, Sixx posted about his plans for the summer, mentioning a desire to be with his family and friends, since he will not be touring.
“For my vacation I still do photography, I am recording with Sixx Am, I am working on the Heroin Diaries Broadway play, the Dirt movie and [doing] my daily radio show...,” he added.
Since his mother’s death, Sixx has tweeted about one positive thing to come out of the incident, his chance to hang out with his daughter.
“Been one h--- of a week,” he wrote. “My 12 year old daughter wrote ‘Live in the Moment’ and stuck it on our refrigerator. Out of the mouth of babes.”
For more on Nikki Sixx, check out his Facebook page or follow him on Twitter @NikkiSixx.
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