Sebastian Bach’s Bold Reaction To Lzzy Hale Joining Skid Row

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In a surprising turn of events, Skid Row revealed Lzzy Hale as their new frontwoman, stepping in for Erik Grönwall. This news sparked a reaction from the band’s former vocalist, Sebastian Bach, who subsequently stopped following Hale on social media.

Lzzy Hale, known for her role in Halestorm, took to Instagram to express her excitement and the influence Skid Row has had on her musical journey. Growing up in Pennsylvania, Hale admired Skid Row for their blend of ’80s anthems and the raw edge of ’90s music, crediting them for shaping her as an artist. She described joining Skid Row as a dream come true, emphasizing the band’s role in her development as a rocker and expressing gratitude towards the members for being a supportive force in her life.

Hale’s connection with Skid Row extends beyond professional ties, highlighting a deep-rooted friendship that has supported her through various highs and lows in her career. She looks forward to making music with the band and sharing the stage with them, considering them her “chosen family.”

Though Hale’s message did not directly address Sebastian Bach, it appears Bach has distanced himself by unfollowing her on Instagram. However, Hale continues to follow Bach, indicating a one-sided social media disconnection. This digital rift has not extended to Twitter, where Bach remains a follower of Hale.

The announcement of Hale’s role as Skid Row’s lead singer followed Erik Grönwall’s departure from the band, as he focuses on his health after battling leukemia. Grönwall emphasized the importance of prioritizing his well-being and expressed challenges in maintaining the demanding schedule of Skid Row while managing his health.

Lzzy Hale is set to debut with Skid Row on May 17 in Carterville, Illinois, and will perform with them in several more shows, stepping into her role as the band’s new vocal powerhouse.

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