SEBASTIAN BACH: In Need Of A New Record Label?
Trustkill Records owner Josh Grabelle has posted the following message in the "Journals" section of the label's web site:
"Some of you might know that my dad is a doctor. Well, one of his patients is 'Sebastian Bach' of SKID ROW fame, now of some hipster Broadway show fame, whatever. He was in the office this past week with his super hot wife (I know because I met them when I used to work at his office when I was in high school) and my dad and him were shootin' the shit. He was telling my dad how he wanted to get back in the music biz and put a new record out but he needed a new record label. My dad was all, 'You ever hear of Trustkill Records?' I'm actually surprised that my dad remembered the name of my label, he sometimes forgets my own name, I'm not kidding here folks. So Sebastian goes, 'Oh yeah, EIGHTEEN VISIONS and POISON THE WELL and stuff?' and my dad is like, 'Yeah, that's the one, that's my son's record company, he owns it.' And then he gave him my phone number to have Sebastian call me. ha ha ha. So I might get a call from Sebastian Bach. Maybe I'll put out a new SKID ROW album or something. Maybe a SKID ROW/BON JOVI split 7" on colored vinyl, that would be sweet."
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