Sebastian Bach has turned around some pretty solid records in the last few years, but the next words he writes may not be for a new album. The singer tells the Macomb Daily that he's been approached to write a book about his life story.
Fans heading out to see Sebastian Bach on tour this summer will find one thing missing – guitarist Nick Sterling. The young guitarist who was a creative contributor on Bach’s latest solo disc ‘Kicking & Screaming’ seems to have left the building. In a new interview, Bach explains how things went downhill fast with his guitar player and the events that led up to his exit.
One thing award shows are good for is allowing rockers from all generations to put aside their schedules for a moment and converge in one place. And there's no doubt that veteran rocker Sebastian Bach and emerging metal favorites Black Veil Brides have crossed paths at a few of these events.
Let’s face it, former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach has never had a problem saying what’s on his mind, especially when he thinks someone is putting words in his mouth. This is proven at length in his latest love letter to his old band and to one particular member of the press.
Sebastian Bach seemed to be having the time of his life in Milan, Italy over the weekend (June 22) at the Gods of Metal Festival. In fact, he was enjoying his set so much that he lost his own microphone in the crowd – if only temporarily.
From time to time, it happens where young bands don't exactly see eye to eye with the headliners and it ends with a parting of ways. But only occasionally do we ever hear the details, and Stormzone SPV were kind enough to give fans some insight on their recent exit from Sebastian Bach's U.K. trek.
It's been nearly a week since the rock world lost drummer Mark 'Bam Bam' McConnell. Having served as Sebastian Bach's touring drummer from 1997-2005 and spending 1996-1997 with southern rock band Blackfoot, McConnell was well-known for his skills behind the kit.
By pretty much all accounts, the musical divorce between Skid Row and Sebastian Bach in the mid '90s worked out pretty well for everyone -- the band has moved on with singer Johnny Solinger, who's logged over a decade in the position, and Bach has pursued an eclectic solo career, while dabbling in reality TV. But there are still plenty of people who'd like to see a reunion -- including Bach himself.
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