SEBASTIAN BACH Sings '18 And Life' On 'Celebrity Duets': Video Available

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach appeared on Fox TV's reality show "Celebrity Duets" performance finale on Thursday, September 28. Sebastian performed the SKID ROW classic "18 and Life" with contestant/actor Hal Sparks on his final night of competition. Watch the performance online at

On September 21, TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider joined Hal Sparks on "Celebrity Duets" for a rendition of TWISTED SISTER's smash song "We're Not Gonna Take It". Check out a video clip of the performance at

"Celebrity Duets" features contestants primarily from TV and movies as they compete by singing duets with established musical performers. The show follows the professional singers as they instruct their partners, choose songs and perform duets in front of a panel of judges and a live studio audience. After each episode, viewers vote for their favorite duets. The winning pair emerges from the competition in perfect harmony, while the losers definitely will have to change their tune.


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