On Sunday, May 27th, former SKID ROW singer SEBASTIAN BACH was asked via Twitter: How likely is a Skid Row reunion?
Bach's reply: "4 out of 5 want to do it. Believe it or not, i am one of the 4 who would do it."
Sebastian fronted Skid Row from 1987 to 1996, singing on the band's self-titled debut, as well as Slave To The Grind and Subhuman Race. Combined sales totals of the three albums exceed 20 million copies worldwide.
Rounding out the band's classic lineup was bassist Rachel Bolan, guitarists Dave "Snake" Sabo and Scotti Hill, as well as drummer Rob Affuso.
However, if a reunion is to happen, it will have to wait as Bach is about to embark on a solo tour in support of his new album, Kicking & Screaming. Confirmed dates are as follows:
7 - Sweden Rock Festival - Norje, Sweden
8 - Knust - Hamburg, Germany
10 - Download Festival - Parkham, United Kingdom
12 - Limelight - Belfast, United Kingdom
13 - Garage - Glasgow, United Kingdom
14 - Islington Academy - London, United Kingdom
16 - Hellfest - Clisson, France
17 - Jimmy Jazz - Vitoria, Spain
19 - Caracol - Madrid, Spain
20 - Bikini - Barcelona, Spain
22 - Gods Of Metal - Milan, Italy
23 - Earshaker Day - Basel, Switzerland
24 - Graspopw/ Hatebreed - Dessel, Belgium
25 - Melkweg - Amsterdam, Netherlands
22 - Rock Fest - Cadott, WI
27 - Congress Theater - Chicago, IL
3 - OC Fair / Pacific Ampitheatre - Costa Mesa, CA
13 - Rock'N'Roll Fantasy Camp - Las Vegas, NV