Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has issued the following update:"This truly is a momentous day in Bachstory! I have a new manager. I am pleased to announce that Scott Koenig and King Artist Management [CHIMAIRA] will now be taking over the business side of things. 2006 is going to be a very busy year and to have Scott helping out with managing the new record and tour will certainly make the job of making music alot easier for me! When I saw the King company slogan ['We Manage the Unmanageable'] under the logo I knew this would be a good match!" Bach and his band recently completed work on a new 13-song demo in preparation for the recording sessions for his new solo album, tentatively due in July via Spitfire Records.
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