Tag: Sebastian Bach
Sebastian Bach – The Infamous Rocker’s Autobiography is Here at Last!
18 and Life on Skid Row is the long awaited autobiography from legendary (and infamous!) rock vocalist Sebastian Bach. The book takes a look back in time from Bach’s early childhood in a number of locations and first becoming a singer and rock and roll fan, his early bands and musical rise, his heyday with […]
Hurry – Rush Tribute Returns to Vamp’d!
It had only been about six weeks, but Rush tribute Hurry was back at the scene of the crime to wow some new patrons as well as the fans won over at their last go-around here. The line-up hasn’t changed since their inception: James LoMenzo, most notably formerly of White Lion on bass/lead vocals, Brent […]
Hurry – All-Star Rush Tribute Takes the Stage at Vamp’d!
Count’s Vamp’d certainly doesn’t have a shortage of outstanding shows to see regularly if you’re any kind of hard rock or metal fan. And this one certainly stood as one to check out. Why? Because of the players recreating the intricate and challenging music and vocals of none other than Rush. I’ve seen bands do […]
B-Side Ourselves – The Sebastian Bach-era Skid Row Release that Time Forgot!
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Skid Row was one of the most promising high energy hard rock bands in the land. The group has endured for years, but never topped their classic lineup of Sebastian Bach, Rob Affuso, Rachel Bolan, Scotti Hill, and Dave “Snake” Sabo. It was this lineup that […]
18 and Life – Skid Row Rerecords Their Classic Hit with New Vocalist Tony Harnell!
We recently encountered the end of an era, with Johnny Solinger leaving Skid Row. While the band will always be best remembered for their first three albums featuring Sebastian Bach on vocals, Solinger was actually in the band much longer, and recorded his share of material with the group in those years. While […]