Sebastian Bach ex-lead singer of Skid Row will celebrate the 30th anniversary of his former band’s self-titled breakout debut album with a tour which will see him perform the record in its entirety.
In a statement, Bach’s said, “In 1989, we put out the first record ‘Skid Row.’ Thirty years later, people still dig the music we created in a garage all those years ago.” Bach said that he wanted to commemorate the occasion in an appropriate way: “In celebration of this 30th-anniversary digital deluxe release, my band is going to perform the first Skid Row record, in its entirety. This is something that has never been done live before! We give it to you straight from the heart ‘cuz that’s the only way we know how!”
Bach’s show will also include other songs from this
Skid Rows self-titled record landed in Billboard’s Top 10. It was one of hard rock’s biggest debuts, moving the band from the bar circuit in New Jersey to global phenomenons. The singles,“18 And Life,” “Youth Gone Wild” and “I Remember You” continue to receive airplay on radio stations across the country. The group followed their initial success with a second record, ‘Slave To The Grind’ (1991) which certified multi-platinum, and reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Sebastian Bach‘s band is:
Drums: Bobby Jarzombek (Halford, Fates Warning)
Bass: Rob DeLuca (UFO, Spread Eagle)
Guitar / Backing Vocals: Brent Woods (Vince Neil, Chevy Metal)
Tour dates at http://www.sebastianbach.com/