Bordering on legendary, frontman Sebastian Bach’s career started some 30 years ago in Canada at the tender age of 14 when he joined his first band, Kid Wikkid. After joining Skid Row in 1987, the band enjoyed great success becoming one of the 80’s most successful hair bands. They maintained that success throughout the late 80’s and early 90’s. Bach’s departure from the band in 1997 paved the way for many collaborations over the years including several stints on Broadway in various productions including Jekyll & Hyde, Rocky Horror Picture Show and Jesus Christ Superstar. The most recent chapter in the history of Sebastian Bach is his recent release, Give ‘Em Hell, an ambitious 13-song juggernaut of hard rockdom. The current iteration of the band band consists of Bach on vocals, Bobby Jarzombek on drums, Duff McKagan of Guns N Roses fame on bass, and Devin Bronson on guitar. Sebastian Bach is undoutedly one of the best frontman in the history of heavy metal.
Currently on 18 & Live US Tour, Metal Wani’s Dawn Brown had a chat with the legend himself. He discussed US tour, response from fans, why he feels choked and wants to go on a hiatus in terms of new music, his opinion on KANYE WEST calling himself a rockstar, his first gig at Baltimore when he was 15 years old, legacy and much more.
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