SEBASTIAN BACH Plays First-Ever European Solo Show: Photos Posted Online

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach performed his first-ever solo show in Europe on Friday (June 25) at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland. Check out pictures from Bach and his backing band — which includes former ANTHRAX/current MEAT LOAF guitarist Paul Crook — played the following set:

01. Slave To The Grind
02. Big Guns
03. Always And Never The Same
04. Piece Of Me
05. Frozen
06. Here I Am
07. 18 & Life
08. Rock 'N' Roll
09. Sweet Little Sister
10. The Threat
11. In A Darkened Room
12. Monkey Business
13. Timewarp
14. I Remember You
15. Youth Gone Wild

Bach will be performing at the Bang Your Head festival in Balingen, Germany on Saturday (June 26). Also set to appear are ICED EARTH, ALICE COOPER, QUEENSRŸCHE, CHILDREN OF BODOM, TESTAMENT, UFO and ANTHRAX, among many others.


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