SEBASTIAN BACH Interviewed On Columbus's 105.7 THE BREW (Audio)
- Aug. 2, 2012
On July 26, Daveman of the 105.7 The Brew radio station in Columbus, Ohio conducted an interview with former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach. You can now listen to the chat below.
Bach last month posted a letter on his Facebook page in which he said he was willing to reunite with his former band SKID ROW. "For the fans, I would be willing to put my ego aside and do something that would be special for the people who put us where we are today," he wrote. "I do not personally want it myself. But it's not always about 'what I want.' If the fans really want to see us together, I would do it for the fans. Sometimes you can do things for people other than yourself."
Bach said he wanted to write the letter in response to current SKID ROW singer Johnny Solinger's new interview in which Johnny said a recent tweet by Bach about a possible SKID ROW reunion was an attempt to "get attention."
Bach in June released a video for the song "I'm Alive". The clip is one of three videos (alongside "Kicking & Screaming" and "TunnelVision") that the singer filmed on June 28, 2011 in Hollywood, California with director Devin DeHaven of Fortress Entertainment (PAPA ROACH, WHITESNAKE, METHOD MAN, TALIB KWELI).
"I'm Alive" comes off Bach's new album, "Kicking & Screaming", which sold 6,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 73 on The Billboard 200 chart. The singer's previous CD, "Angel Down", opened with 6,400 units back in November 2007 to debut at No. 190.
Professionally filmed video footage of Bach performing the song "As Long As I Got The Music" live at the Rock Fest festival in Cadott, Wisconsin on July 22 can be seen below.
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