There was some controversy last month after it was announced that $300 tickets would be sold for rocker Sebastian Bach's wedding reception in San Jose, Calif. In a statement, Bach later clarified that they were not charging people to attend the actual wedding, which was a private family affair, but for a public reception after the nuptials.

The wedding between Bach and Suzanne Le took place over the weekend, and at the Saturday night (Aug. 22) reception/concert held at the Rockbar in San Jose, Bach jammed numerous KISS songs with the tribute band Destroyer. Many different videos have surfaced, including some posted by the band's drummer. Check out "Rip It Out" above, "Cold Gin" and "She" below.

Some of the other songs Bach and Destroyer performed were classics like "Shout It Out Loud," "Deuce," "I Was Made For Loving You" and "Rock and Roll All Night."

Bach has been touring in support of his latest album Give 'Em Hell, which was released last year. His next gig is Sept. 5 in Wauconda, Ill. Later next month Bach has a string of shows in New Zealand and Australia. For his complete concert calendar, go here. He'll also be releasing his autobiography 18 and Life on Skid Row in January.

Sebastian Bach Performs "Cold Gin" with KISS Tribute Band Destroyer

Sebastian Bach Performs "She" with KISS Tribute Band Destroyer

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