Guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (HALFORD, PAINMUSEUM, SEBASTIAN BACH) has issued the following update:

"Would like to proudly announce that I will be supporting SEBASTIAN BACH on his headlining dates taking place on the 'off days' during the GUNS N' ROSES North American tour. Joining me will be my stage mate Bobby Jarzombek [HALFORD, SEBASTIAN BACH] on drums and SPREAD EAGLE's Rob DeLuca on bass. We will be delivering a to-the-point, vicious instrumental set of heavy metal consisting of reworked material from the PAINMUSEUM releases and some surprises. We will be playing, of course, another full set with Mr. Bach following our stage time.

"Last, but not least, my regular diary 'Blind In America With Metal Mike' from the BACH/GUNS N' ROSES North American tour will make its debut next week. Hope you are ready."

SEBASTIAN BACH "off" dates from GUNS N' ROSES tour:

Nov. 07 - Webster Theatre, Harford, CT
Nov. 12 - Crocodile Rock, Allentown, PA


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