Rock fans across the country will now have access to America’s premiere destination rock festival when Mötley Crüe and Sixx:A.M.’s  Nikki Sixx hosts his  nationally syndicated Premiere Radio Networks show, “Sixx Sense,” from this year’s ROCK ON THE RANGE.  The rock icon–who headlined last year’s festival–will set up a backstage studio giving listeners an all access look at ROCK ON THE RANGE with up close and personal artist interviews and reporting throughout the weekend.

“One thing I’ve always loved doing is hanging out and talking music with other artists,” says Nikki Sixx.  “So whether I am playing Rock On The Range with Mötley Crüe like last year, or broadcasting my radio show, Sixx Sense…it’s always a bad-ass time at Rock On The Range.”

“Having Nikki Sixx spread the ROTR gospel all over the country on his brand new national radio show is an honor,” says Gary Spivack, co-executive producer of the event for Right Arm Entertainment. “Nikki is a rock legend and a ROTR alumnus.  We’re excited to have him backstage with us again this year.  You never know what tricks and surprises Nikki and his crew will bring to the ROTR experience!”

The 2010 ROTR line-up is headed up by Rob Zombie, Godsmack, Limp Bizkit and Slash and includes performances from Three Days Grace, Seether, Rise Against, Deftones, Papa Roach, Theory Of A Deadman, Mastodon, Killswitch Engage, Coheed & Cambria, Bullet for My Valentine, Puddle Of Mudd, Five Finger Death Punch, Apocalyptica, Drowning Pool, Halestorm, Sevendust, Skillet, Mushroomhead, Helmet, Airbourne, Anberlin, Cold, Nonpoint, Adelitas Way, Shaman’s Harvest, Year Long Disaster, Like A Storm, Taddy Porter, Janus, Columbus’ own Noise Auction and more.

The VIP, hotel and camping packages have already sold out and the Field GA tickets are currently on pace to sell out soon.  Two-day tickets start at $99.50 and are on sale now via www.rockontherange.com, www.ticketmaster.com, all local Ticketmaster outlets and at the Crew Stadium box office.

Presented by Right Arm Entertainment, AEG LIVE and Crew Stadium, the two-day, multi-stage music and lifestyle event will feature a potent line-up of more than 38 bands on three stages:  The Monster Energy Mainstage, The Kicker Audio Stage and The Jägermeister Stage.  The nationally renowned festival centrally located in the heart of the country has annually drawn crowds of 30,000 per day since its inception in 2007.

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About Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx:

Nationally syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks, Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx broadcasts Monday through Friday from 7 p.m. to midnight local time on more than 40 Rock/Alternative music stations in the U.S. and Canada.  Each night, host Nikki Sixx discusses music and lifestyle topics as he gives listeners a backstage look at the world and mind of a rock star.  Joined by co-host Kerri Kasem, Sixx provides his unique perspective and attitude as the duo welcomes celebrity guests, recording artists and fascinating characters from all walks of life. Recent guests include rock royalty Ozzy Osbourne and Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister and Jared Leto from 30 Seconds To Mars amongst the daily visitors. All this and more is coupled with radio station playlists.  For more information, or a live stream of the program, please visit www.SixxSense.com.

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