How DAVID DRAIMAN Introduced SEBASTIAN BACH To His Wife

How DAVID DRAIMAN Introduced SEBASTIAN BACH To His Wife

On March 16, Baby Huey and Chasta of the San Francisco radio station 107.7 The Bone conducted an interview with DISTURBED singer David Draiman. You can now listen to the chat using the widget below.

Asked why he attended former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach's August 2015 wedding to model Suzanne Le in San Jose, California, Draiman said: "We are good friends. I introduced him to his wife. She's a longtime friend of my wife [Japanese-American model, actress and wrestler Lena Yada]. [His wife and my wife] used to do Hawaiian Tropic pageants together back in the day, so that's where they met originally. And when Baz fell out of his last relationship, [Suzanne] had always mentioned to me how much she had a thing for him. So I'm, like, 'Okay, I've got a girl for you, but she's a good girl.' It took some prepping. But he's been amazing. He's a great source of inspiration. He's a ridiculously talented guy, and certainly a good friend."

Bach proposed to Le on December 28, 2014, which also happened to be Suzanne's 42nd birthday.

The singer in 2014 broke off his engagement to model Minnie Gupta, who appeared on the cover of his "Kicking & Screaming" album and in videos for the singles "Kicking & Screaming" and "I'm Alive".

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Sebastian was previously married for 18 years to Maria Bierk, with whom he had been coupled since before joining his former band. They split up in April 2010.

Bach and Maria Bierk have three children: sons Paris and London and daughter Sebastiana.

"Immortalized", DISTURBED's sixth studio album, was released last August and debuted at the top of The Billboard 200 chart. That made it DISTURBED's fifth effort in a row to enter the chart at No. 1, a feat shared only with METALLICA and DAVE MATTHEWS BAND.

Triple date night with our good friends Dave Draiman from Disturbed and his lovely wife Lena, the unbelievably bad ass...

Posted by Sebastian Bach on Friday, October 16, 2015

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