Sebastian Bach Doesn’t Want To “Be A Nostalgia Act”
Sebastian Bach had one of the best voices coming out of the 80’s and into the early 90’s. Unfortunately he is no longer with the band that made him big, and his new material isn’t as loved as the classic tunes from Skid Row.
In a recent interview with Sleaze Roxx, former Skid Row front man Sebastian Bach addressed a couple of things. His progress as far as new music, what it would take to get him back with Skid Row and even a little talk on his brief involvement with Velvet Revolver. The main point he was trying to get across though is that he doesn’t want to be remembered for just what he did over 20 years ago.
Bach gained fame in Skid Row in the late 80’s and put out three really great records with that group, but was fired from the band when he booked them as the opening act for KISS. Since then he has put out some solo work and even dabbled into acting on TV and on Broadway. Now with a new album, Kicking & Screaming, on the way this month he would really like people to check out some of his newer stuff.
The album is the best thing in my life right now by far. It’s a great escape from the shit that is my life at this moment.
Bach of course addressing the fact that his New Jersey home was destroyed by Hurricane Irene last week. His new album Kicking & Screaming is due out September 27th, and it has a very Skid Row vibe to it. For more info you can check out the entire interview with Sleaze Roxx.