RIOT/SEBASTIAN BACH Drummer BOBBY JARZOMBEK Celebrates His Heritage (Video)

Video footage of drummer Bobby Jarzombek (FATES WARNING, SEBASTIAN BACH, RIOT, HALFORD) showcasing his lesser known non-metal side can be seen below.

Comments Bobby: "We're right around the corner to one of my favorite times of the year — Oktoberfest! Which is a pretty big deal in these parts of Texas, given that a lot of follks in the area are of German (and Polish) origin.

"I've always dug the polkas, waltzes, and swing songs of my heritage, which is Polish and German, and I often celebrate this time of the year playing shows with established artists around Texas.

"Over the last few seasons, I haven't been able to take part in the festivities because of my October touring commitments with HALFORD, FATES WARNING and SEBASTIAN BACH, but this year things fell into place.

"So I hope to see some friends out there at my upcoming gigs joining me in celebrating Oktoberfest! Prost, everyone!"

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