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Nikki Sixx Blasts Sebastian Bach For Using Skid Row Name

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The Motley Crue bassist thinks the former Skid Row singer should stop calling himself a "former Skid Row singer."

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Sebastian Bach, ‘Give ‘Em Hell’ – Exclusive Album Preview

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We are pleased to premiere exclusive footage of former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach talking about his new solo album ‘Give ‘Em Hell,’ which is set for release April 22 on Frontiers Records.

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Sebastian Bach: ‘I Understand Why Gene Simmons Doesn’t Work With Ace Frehley’

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Sebastian Bach can sympathize with Gene Simmons' feelings about Ace Frehley.

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Sebastian Bach Blasts Skid Row For Not Reuniting To Celebrate Debut

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The former Skid Row singer is upset that his ex-bandmates don't want to reunite.

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Sebastian Bach Shares ’94 Nikki Sixx Interview to Prove He Played with Motley Crue

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The bell rang on round five of the "was Sebastian Bach asked to join Motley Crue?" debate between Nikki Sixx and the former Skid Row frontman late last night, with Bach providing video of Sixx recounting a time when they all at least rehearsed together. 

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Sebastian Bach Fires Back at Nikki Sixx: ‘I Am Not a Liar’

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A simple Sebastian Bach tweet has sparked a war of he said-he said between the former Skid Row singer and Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx, with neither side looking like they're ready to give in.

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NIkki Sixx Says Sebastian Bach Was Never Asked to Join Motley Crue

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Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx says the story that Sebastian Bach is telling about being asked to join Motley Crue is simply not true. Last week, the Skid Row singer said he was asked to replace Vince Neil when the singer left the group in 1992. Sixx said it never happened.

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Motley Crue Gone Wild? Sebastian Bach Says He Was Once Asked to Replace Vince Neil

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Sebastian Bach says he was once asked to replace Vince Neil in Motley Crue, but turned down the gig in order to remain in his old band, Skid Row: "Gee I sure know how to pick em."

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Sebastian Bach, ’18 & Life’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

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Although it’s been nearly 25 years since the world got its first look at Sebastian Bach as the voice behind Skid Row, it seems like Bach himself is just getting started. We are pleased to present an exclusive video of '18 & Life‘ from his new live CD/DVD ABachalypse Now.'

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Tommy Lee, Dee Snider, Sebastian Bach + More Autograph Limited Edition Baseball Cards

Tommy Lee, Dee Snider, and Sebastian Bach
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The folks at Topps are thinking throwback for this year's run of Topps Archives baseball cards -- and to add a little something extra for buyers looking to pick up some truly special collector's items, they're adding signed, limited-edition cards featuring some of the biggest names in '80s rock.

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