SEBASTIAN BACH: 'People Like Reminiscing About The '80s'

SEBASTIAN BACH: 'People Like Reminiscing About The '80s'

Laura Ingle of Fox News Radio recently conducted an interview with Sebastian Bach about his newly released autobiography, "18 And Life On Skid Row". You can now watch the chat below.

Speaking about his book, Bach said: "I was born in 1968, so I was a little boy in the '70s. So the beginning of the book is like stepping back into the '70s. Then the '80s is a major part of the book. People like reminiscing about the '80s, they really do. And it was a time in the music industry where there was so much money and success. Like, if you sold a million records, that was making it big, and lots of bands were selling lots of records. It was very lucrative."

Sebastian recently confirmed that he plans to release a second book after spending the next few years focusing on his music career. "I know for a fact there's a second book in me," he told Vanyaland. "I could've kept going on this one, I could've made this one longer, but they cut me off because it's already pretty fucking long. [Laughs] I like to write — I really like it, and I enjoy it. I enjoy making stuff, but the next thing I make will be a record, a vinyl record. That's the next thing that I'm gonna make. But after that, yes, I'll do a book, because they want me to and I enjoy it."

"18 And Life On Skid Row" came out on December 6 via Dey Street Books (formerly It Books), an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.

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