Sebastian Bach says he’d ‘definitely’ reunite with Skid Row for the fans

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Sebastian Bach, the voice behind Skid Row during their heyday from 1987 to 1996, has expressed optimism about a possible reunion with his old band. During his tenure, Bach contributed to iconic tracks like ’18 and Life’ and ‘Youth Gone Wild,’ marking a golden era for the group.

Following his departure, Skid Row saw a revolving door of lead vocalists, including the late Johnny Solinger and most recently, Erik Grönwall, who stepped down due to health reasons.

Currently, Skid Row is set to perform with Lzzy Hale of Halestorm for several summer shows, as they search for a new permanent frontman. In a recent Metal Hammer interview while discussing his latest solo project, ‘Child Within the Man,’ Bach revealed his willingness to rejoin Skid Row.

He reminisced about his early days with the band, feeling that their shared journey had ended too soon.

Bach highlighted the oddity of receiving royalties from work with musicians he hasn’t seen in decades, pointing out a missed opportunity to repay the fans who’ve supported their careers.This sense of gratitude and unfinished business fuels his hope for a reunion.

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