SEBASTIAN BACH's "Forever Wild" To Premier On Jan. 18th

Former SKID ROW vocalist Sebastian Bach's new VH1 show, Forever Wild, is scheduled to premier on Friday, January 18th at 10 PM. Commented the singer: I cannot fathom it but VH1 has given me my OWN TV SHOW !!!!!! NEVER in my wildest dreams could I envision myself with my own TV show, but it is a fact. Sebastian Bach's Forever Wild premiers on VH1 on January 18 @ 10 PM & get ready for the BEST rock videos of the '70's, '80's, '90's & now & tons of metal trivia, wild places, people, & stuff ! It will be non-stop FUN & this really is a dream come true for a rock fan like me! I leave for Hollywood tomorrow to interview the Great ROB HALFORD for an upcoming episode & that's just for starters! This blows my mind & thanks to VH1 for keeping us all FOREVER WILD!!!!


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