Tag Archives: Sebastian Bach

Metal Insider’s Top 10: Unsuccessful replacements in metal and hard rock

Posted by on May 4, 2016

AC/DC defied the odds 36 years ago when they recorded one of the most iconic rock albums of all time, Back In Black, with the late (and very beloved) Bon Scott’s replacement Brian Johnson. Now they’re taking a similar gamble by bringing in Axl Rose to fill in for a sidelined Johnson on the road. […]

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Sebastian Bach joins Guns N’ Roses on stage during Las Vegas show

Posted by on April 11, 2016

This weekend, one of the biggest tours and sort-of-reunions of the year, Guns N’ Roses, kicked off at the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. As you can imagine, the shows had to be bigger than the Beatles themselves and aside from having Alice in Chains opening up for them or putting Axl Rose on […]

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Rocklahoma celebrates 10th year, as part of World’s Loudest Month

Posted by on January 12, 2016

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Rocklahoma has been announced for this May 27, 28 & 29 at “Catch The Fever” Festival Grounds, in Pryor, Oklahoma. America’s Biggest Memorial Day Weekend Party will feature some of the best current rock artists and classic bands, as well as onsite camping and VIP packages. The lineup, will see Rocklahoma first-timers Scorpions, […]

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Find out how much Coachella Festival, Monster Magnet, Moonspell and more made on the road

Posted by on July 22, 2015

If you keep wondering how much your favorite bands make when they head out on the road, Billboard‘s Boxscore released their latest batch of earnings and attendance from many artists, including rock and metal ones, and we’ve summarized them here for you. This week, we bring some of your usual touring bands from big names […]

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Sebastian Bach allowing you to attend his wedding for $300

Posted by on July 14, 2015

Would you want to go to a rock star’s wedding? Who wouldn’t, actually? Rubbing shoulders with famous people, an open bar, and a chance to see an intimate and life-changing event for said star sounds like a once in a lifetime experience, especially if said they thought enough to invite you. What if you could pay […]

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Sebastian Bach has a book on the way

Posted by on May 26, 2015

Sebastian Bach has a 280+ page book coming out early next year. According to the book’s publisher, the former lead singer of Skid Row, “rode the wave of fame in Heavy Metal’s heyday, and came out alive on the other side when glam rock went the way of the cassette tape and the Walkman.” Hey, tapes are making a […]

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Sebastian Bach wipes out on stage and keeps singing

Posted by on April 23, 2015

During a recent performance in California, vocalist Sebastian Bach took a tumble right in the middle of “Slave to the Grind,” the title track from Skid Row’s second album, released back in 1991. At least Bach has a sense of humor about the situation, Tweeting later: Omg @Madonna ain’t got nothin’ on me haha #ShitHappens #BodyCheck by […]

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Biggest Skid Row hit gets a new Life from Tony Harnell

Posted by on April 14, 2015

It’s been a long time since Skid Row’s debut album was released – 26 years, actually. That’s over two decades since “Youth Gone Wild,” “I Remember You,” and especially “18 and Life” pushed the album to multi-platinum status based on the strength of the song and singer Sebastian Bach’s vocals. Bach hasn’t been in the […]

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Skid Row parts ways with Johnny Solinger, welcomes ex-TNT singer Tony Harnell

Posted by on April 8, 2015

Let’s be honest, there are many who lost touch with Skid Row after they parted ways with Sebastian Bach. That doesn’t change the fact, though, that Johnny Solinger has sang in the band for over 15 years (which included two albums and two EPs). That’s why it was a tad surprising to learn that Skid […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 10: Heaviest SNL Musical Guests

Posted by on February 15, 2015

Since launching in 1975, Saturday Night Live has become a mainstay for comedy. And while the live TV sketch show is renowned for its timely and sometimes politically incorrect satire, it’s also been revered for its musical performances from rising stars and music legends. Granted, SNL’s music guest often lean towards more mainstream acts, but […]

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