SEBASTIAN BACH: Tour Dates In New Jersey, Brazil Announced

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has posted the following message on his official web site:

"I am proud to announce that we are playing four gigs in November in New Jersey, New York, and for the first time ever, I get to bring my solo band to Brazil! I have had some incredible shows in my career in the country of Brazil and to bring Metal Mike, Steve DiGiorgio, Bobby Jarzombek and Johnny Chromatic with me to conquest yet another country is something which I am truly looking forward to. On this four-show jaunt we will be playing some brand new tunes from the upcoming CD which we are tentatively set to begin recording on December 15! We will also be touching on almost all periods of my recording career, from SKID ROW to solo material to 'Frameshift 2' material to as-yet-unreleased songs. Can't wait to see you all LIVE next month!!"

Upcoming Sebastian Bach shows:

Nov. 11 - Asbury Park, NJ @ The Stone Pony
Nov. 12 - Wantagh, NY @ Mulcahy's
Nov. 15 - Rio de Janeiro, BRA @ Canec√£o
Nov. 17 - Porto Alegre, BRA @ Opiniao


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