When Skid Row’s eponymous debut began invading millions of U.S. households in 1989, the quintet seemed like the latest in a long line of hair-metal bands out for fortune and fame -- not, as history has since shown, the last major success story to emerge from a dying genre.
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.'
In a caption below a picture with former bandmante Dave "The Snake" Sabo, Sebastian Bach leaves fans hoping that the long-denied Skid Row reunion may actually happen. It's a 180 from everything both men have been saying in recent months and years. Yet somehow, this felt inevitable.
If there's anything Sebastian Bach has no problem doing, it's expressing himself -- especially when he feels the need to set the record straight. So when a reporter allegedly put false words in his mouth, Bach published a lengthy open letter to make himself perfectly clear.
Fans have been calling for a Skid Row reunion with all original members since frontman Sebastian Bach was fired in 1996. It seems the dream is one step closer to reality, with Bach now on board with the idea. A recent tweet reveals he's not the one holding the project up.
More tributes are rolling in for Whitney Houston, the iconic pop singer who passed away Saturday at the much-too-young age of 48. The latest post is from Sebastian Bach, the Skid Row star, who put the following note on his Facebook page in remembrance of Houston:
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Skid Row's Brendan ‘Brush’ Shiels is a founding member of the late ‘60s-early ‘70s Irish blues-rock band that shares a name with the American Skid Row -- the more famous one that's fronted by Sebastian Bach. You may remember the original Skid Row best for being the first professional band that late guitarist Gary Moore played in, which Thin Lizzy’s Phil Lynott was also a member. Got all that?
At any rate, Shiels is accusing the American Skid Row of stealing his band’s name without permission.
Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach was a victim of the massive flooding brought on by Hurricane Irene over the weekend. Though the storm spared many along the East Coast, Bach, a resident of Middletown, N.J., sadly wasn’t as fortunate and has lost his home of 21 years.
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