We’re finishing up the latest season of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ and our guest is Skid Row legend Sebastian Bach!

This will be the last episode of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ for a little while, but never fear! We’ll be back with a whole new batch of segments soon. As for Sebastian Bach, he gave us a memorable episode filled with correcting falsehoods about his life and career.

First off, Bach vented about his prior frustrations with Wikipedia, involving one instance when they featured a photo of former Skid Row vocalist Johnny Solinger instead of Bach. After a few spirited “F—k Wikipedia!” roars, Bach was ready to clear up what we had pulled off Wikipedia that very day.

One common misinterpretation about Skid Row is that Sebastian Bach was kicked out of the band after booking a show with KISS. As the story goes, Skid Row, believing they were too big to open for any band, refused the slot and ended up ousting Bach. Not true! You’ll hear Bach’s response in this video.

Bach also spills some interesting tidbits on his early involvement in Velvet Revolver. Before Scott Weiland was selected as lead vocalist, Bach actually recorded five tracks with the future supergroup.

Check out the Sebastian Bach edition of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ above!

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