SEBASTIAN BACH 'Sworn To Secrecy' On Project With SLASH
Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach, who was among the early names rumored to be taking Scott Weiland's place in VELVET REVOLVER, told Billboard.com that his close friendship with former GUNS N' ROSES singer Axl Rose who sang on three tracks on Bach's 2007 solo album, "Angel Down" and a focus on his own music would making joining VELVET REVOLVER "awkward" at best. But he did confirm that VR guitarist Slash did contact him "out of the blue ... to talk to me about working together, but it was not VELVET REVOLVER. It was a completely different project, and I can't tell you what it is 'cause it's mind-blowing, but I've been sworn to secrecy on that. But nothing's happening right now with me and him."
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