SEBASTIAN BACH Clears Up Wedding 'Confusion'

SEBASTIAN BACH Clears Up Wedding 'Confusion'

Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach says that he is not selling tickets to his upcoming wedding, but is inviting his fans to join him at the reception for an "all-star jam concert party."

Bach will marry fiancée Suzanne Le on Saturday, August 22 at an undisclosed location in Northern California.

A posting on the web site of the Rockbar Theater in San Jose, California said that the venue was "hosting the wedding of Sebastian Bach to Suzanne Le" was inviting fans "to attend the reception of this exciting event." The posting added: "Sebastian will be bringing friends along from the film and music world."

Limited tickets are on sale now for $300.

In a new posting on his Facebook page, Bach shot down reports that his wedding was a public affair. He wrote: "Attention Planet Earth: No, nobody in the world is, or ever was, 'selling tickets to our wedding.' Especially not me. Our wedding is a private family affair which is not open to the public. We are, however, having an All-Star Jam Concert Party Shindig Rock N' Roll Extravaganza Bash, at the reception, after our wedding. The concert at the reception is open to the public.'

He added: "Let's rock! We are looking forward to having a great time. Come on out and party with us on our special day!

"I apologize for the confusion. Thank you for your time. I will post exact details on the concert reception in the next couple of days. Hope to see you there ....on the best day of my life!"

Limited tickets are on sale now for $300.

Le is model who is reportedly the mother of two children, including one fathered by Brett Harrelson, actor Woody Harrelson's brother.

Asked what kind of wedding he and Le will have, Bach told "In The Vault With Shanda Golden" in April "Probably like a rock and roll wedding. I think we might have even decided on a location. I can't divulge that. But I think we know where we're gonna do it."

Sebastian went on to say that he and Le are "inseparable" and that she makes him "very happy." He then added: "You know what word I think is bullshit? I think the word 'codependent' is a bullshit word. Because I have been called that in relationships. 'You're codependent. We're codependent.' What the fuck does that mean?! Okay, I love you, and I depend on you, and you're mine, and I'm yours, and I always wanna be with you. Yes! Is there something wrong with that? [Laughs] I wanna be codependent with her. And she's, like, 'Me too, dude.' I don't buy that word. I think it's a stupid, bullshit word."

Bach then offered some practical dating advice to couples who are just getting to know each other. He said: "I think that it's a red flag in your relationship if you have a partner whose phone is locked all the time and you're not allowed to fucking look at their phone. I'm just saying, I have [my fiancée's] password, she has my password, and you wanna why? 'Cause there's no fucking reason why not to? And that's the first girl I've ever even met like that. I've never met another girl like that. She's, like, 'I don't give a fuck. Here's my phone.' And I think that if you're in a relationship right now with somebody who won't let you look at their phone — red flag. Okay? I will say that. Because I have a relationship that is fully trusting, fully whole. We're best friends. There's no secrets, because we're totally… I can't tell you what that means to me. And for her too. We both… I'm, like, 'I can't fucking believe that we met each other.'"

Bach proposed to Le on December 28, 2014, which also happened to be Suzanne's 42nd birthday.

Bach last fall broke off his engagement to model Minnie Gupta, who appeared on the cover of his "Kicking & Screaming" album and in videos for the singles "Kicking & Screaming" and "I'm Alive".

Sebastian was previously married for 18 years to Maria Bierk, with whom he had been coupled since before joining his former band. They split up in April 2010.

Bach and Maria Bierk have three children: sons Paris and London and daughter Sebastiana.



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