Guns N’ Roses recently wrapped up their run of intimate club shows with a few stops in California. On Monday night (March 12) they played at the House of Blues in West Hollywood and before the night was over a special guest made his way to a microphone.
We recently reported that rock legends such as Duff McKagan, Sebastian Bach, Gene Simmons and many more are planning to embark on the Rock 'N' Roll Allstars tour in Central and South America. To get fans even more excited, a tentative setlist has been released (spoiler alert), featuring some of the most celebrated songs in rock history.
It looks like we may see Sebastian Bach as part of our regularly scheduled TV viewing once again. Earlier this week Bach participated in the filming for a new TV pilot for a show called ‘Beverly Hills Rock Royalty.’
Former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach and Poison frontman Bret Michaels have written lengthy tributes to Whitney Houston upon the sudden news of her death today (Feb. 11). Both musicians expressed deep sadness at the news, and wrote about how they were touched personally by Houston and her music.
Sebastian Bach and Billy Idol guitarist Steve Stevens recently joined forces for a special three night run at The Iridium in New York City. They were backed by by Neil Jason on bass, Anton Fig on drums and Pete Thorn on guitar.
So, we already know that Sebastian Bach has ruled out any warm fuzzy reunions with his old bandmates in Skid Row, but what about the Brendan ‘Brush’ Shiels incarnation of Skid Row? In case you’re not familiar with Shiels, he’s the founding member of the 70’s Irish blues-rock band of the same moniker -- the band that guitarist Gary Moore got his start with?
Sebastian Bach will be warming up the stage for Guns N’ Roses three more times this year. He’ll join the band at their show in Phoenix, Ariz. as well as a two night run at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. Bach also announced a handful of dates in New York City with Steve Stevens to kick off the new year.
Back in September, Sebastian Bach unleashed his latest solo album titled ‘Kicking & Screaming.’ Today, the lion-maned rocker debuted his new video for ‘TunnelVision,' featuring a mix of live performance footage intertwined with a studio performance.
Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach voiced his opinion with Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 on the Fuse show ‘Hoppus on Music’ regarding the ten bands Rolling Stone readers chose as the "Top 10 Metal Bands of all Time."
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