SEBASTIAN BACH Isn’t Thinking About Retirement: ‘I Can Keep Doing This When I’m 70, 80’

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In a recent interview with Jeff Gaudiosi of, former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach opened up about his forthcoming solo album, “Child Within The Man,” and his perspective on success. Reflecting on the overwhelming response to the album’s first single, “What Do I Got To Lose?,” Bach expressed astonishment at its million-plus views even before the album’s release.

“It’s surreal,” Bach confessed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. “Back in ’89, hitting a million in sales was platinum status. Yet here we are, with people clamoring to hear the music before it’s even out for purchase. It’s a testament to the connection between the fans and the music.”

Bach, known for his electrifying performances, also touched on the physical demands of live shows and maintaining vocal prowess over the years. Despite the constraints of age and changing dynamics of performance, he remains resolute in his commitment to delivering memorable experiences to his audience.

As for the album itself, “Child Within The Man” promises to be a collaborative effort, featuring guest appearances from esteemed musicians such as John 5, Steve Stevens, and Orianthi. With Bach taking the lead on vocals and songwriting, the album boasts a diverse range of influences and styles, ensuring a dynamic listening experience for fans old and new.

The accompanying tour, set to kick off in 2024, will see Bach traversing continents, bringing his signature energy and charisma to stages across Latin and North America. From intimate solo gigs to festival appearances, the tour is poised to be a celebration of Bach’s enduring legacy in rock music.

For Bach, the journey leading up to “Child Within The Man” has been one of evolution and reinvention, marked by a relentless pursuit of artistic excellence. With anticipation building and the stage set for a triumphant return, Bach stands ready to reaffirm his status as a rock icon, proving once again that the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll knows no bounds.

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