SEBASTIAN BACH To Perform Live At New Jersey In-Store
Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach and his solo band will be performing live during Bach's in-store appearance on June 19 at Vintage Vinyl in Fords, NJ. In addition, the entire event will be filmed for Sebastian's new VH1 reality TV show "I Married Sebastian Bach", which will air as a one-hour special later this summer. "I want to see you freaks on TV with me and the band tearing it up on stage, signing 'Forever Wild' DVDs, and all of us together will create a TV show, all at the same time!" Bach writes on his web site. "This will be a lot of fun and I am looking forward to this multi-media onslaught in celebration of the 'Forever Wild' DVD!"
As previously reported, Bach's first DVD, "Forever Wild", is due on June 15 through Eagle Vision Entertainment. The disc will feature a 1998 live performance at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood as well as footage from Bach's ill-fated VH1 show, "Forever Wild". For more information on the DVD's contents, click here or visit Bach's official web site at this location.
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