SEBASTIAN BACH Is Honored To Be Featured On New RUSH DVD
Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has posted the following message on his official web site:
"I make a very short but very cool appearance on the brand new RUSH DVD: 'R30'! What an honor it is to be included on a retrospective of the career of one of my favorite bands of all time.
"Trivia note: the DVD was produced by my old friend Rich Chycki, who was my guitar player in the mid 1980s in Toronto. We recorded many songs together, including 'Saved By Love Again', which is the song I sent to SKID ROW which made them hire me. After I left the band (which was first called 'HOPE' then it was called 'SEBASTIAN'), Rich hired a cool singer from Northern Ontario named Kevin. I remember Rich introducing me to Kevin at one of my soundchecks at Rock'N'Roll Heaven in Toronto circa mid-'80s. Kevin joined the band with Rich and they changed the name from 'SEBASTIAN' to 'WINTER ROSE'. They re-recorded 'Saved By Love Again' and the other songs I did with Rich and eventually released the material in Japan. Kevin changed his name to James LaBrie and joined DREAM THEATER! The rest is prog-rock history!
"Congrats, Rich, on producing 'R30'. Great job!"
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