Sebastian Bach wanted the best, he got the best ... Kiss tribute band for his wedding party gala.

Bach's reception gala, held Aug. 22 in San Jose to celebrate his nuptials to model Suzanne Le, was fashioned as a "Rock N' Roll Wedding Extravaganza" that went for $300 a ticket — a fee that, as you can see from this fan-shot footage from the event, included the privilege of seeing the groom perform with the Kiss tribute band Destroyer.

Selections from the set list included "Cold Gin," "She," "Black Diamond" and others — including, of course, "Rock and Roll All Nite," which you can watch below.

Kiss and weddings are a time-honored pairing at this point — in fact, the band has its own chapel, where co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley observed the first ceremony, and the band has played in honor of a couple of its own members walking down the aisle. In 1976, the group performed without makeup after Ace Frehley got hitched, and the latter-day lineup took the stage together after Simmons and actress Shannon Tweed were married in 2011.

As previously reported, Bach and Le got engaged last December, after he popped the question during a night out on her birthday. This will be his second marriage, following an 18-year union to his first wife, Maria Bierk, that ended in 2010. He will celebrate the publication of his memoir, 18 and Life on Skid Row, next January.

Watch Sebastian Bach With Destroyer Perform 'Rock and Roll All Nite'

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