Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach spent Friday (Jan. 23) in New York City at Sony Recording Studios singing the theme song for the cartoon TV show "Johnny Bravo", according to a posting on his web site. "Yes that's right!" Bach writes. "In an upcoming episode, also featuring the legendary Don Knotts, I sing the 'Johnny Bravo' extreme theme song! The episode will air this summer or fall on the Cartoon Network."Sebastian, who is expected to release his first solo DVD in early May, also posted the following message on his web site: "Heads up MILWAUKEE ! If you attended the Sebastian Bach & Friends headline show at Milwaukee Summerfest in summer 2000, there is a good chance you will spot yourself on the cover of the 'Forever Wild' DVD ! That show was probably the best show ever of my solo career, & I have been saving the pictures of the show for the 'Forever Wild' DVD because the emotion captured on the faces of those of you at the show makes one of the coolest DVD covers I have ever seen! Check it out for yourself on May 4 at your favorite DVD store!"
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