MÖTLEY CRÜE Bassist Talks About 'Home Sweet Home' Remake: Video Available
"Showbiz Tonight" host A.J. Hammer talked to MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx about the group's collaboration with LINKIN PARK singer Chester Bennington on a specially recorded rendition of CRÜE's hit song "Home Sweet Home". Watch the two-minute segment that aired Wednesday (September 28) at CNN.com.
As previously reported, MÖTLEY CRÜE will donate all proceeds from the new version of "Home Sweet Home" to the hurricane relief efforts of Mercy Corps and the American Red Cross. The song is available exclusively on iTunes. Distributed by The Orchard, the track will later be carried by all other major digital music services in the U.S., including eMusic, Napster, MSN, Real/Rhapsody, and Yahoo!/Musicmatch. The Orchard will also supply the single through its distribution partnerships with leading mobile companies. A specially produced music video for the single made its debut as part of AOL Music's First View program on Sept. 27.
Check out the "Home Sweet Home" e-card at this location.
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