Sebastian Bach Finally Shares Sad Reason He Unfollowed Lzzy Hale

Sebastian Bach made an emotional statement about why he unfollowed Lzzy Hale on Instagram.

In a recent conversation with Screamer Magazine, the interviewer asked the singer why he stopped following Hale after Skid Row announced she would be their vocalist for upcoming shows. His reply was as follows:

“Maybe after 9 replacements of me, maybe I don’t want to read about number 10. Maybe it bugs me. Does anybody think about that? How about me giving the best years of my life to make the brand name Skid Row and then 10 people act like it’s theirs. But it’s not. So, maybe I don’t want to read about it…Everybody have fun with the best years of my life, but I’m still making rock ‘n’ roll that can stand up to the best music I’ve ever made.  So, that’s what I am concentrating on.”

It seems that Bach stopped following Lzzy because he was upset about her posts related to Skid Row and showed an emotional reaction.

Erik Grönwall Departed From Skid Row

At the end of last month, Skid Row revealed that they parted ways with Erik Grönwall due to his health problems. The band shared the following statement:

“Today, Skid Row and Erik Grönwall jointly announce that Erik will step down as the vocalist for Skid Row. Longtime friend Lzzy Hale of Halestorm will be taking over vocal duties for the upcoming scheduled four concerts. Erik has decided that the travel and rigors of the road is not conducive to his overall health and recovery, and wants to focus on a lifestyle that is more amenable for his well-being, healing and family.”

Erik Speaks On His Exit

Later, Grönwall broke his silence on his departure and told in his Facebook post:

“Yes, I have decided to leave Skid Row. The main reason being that it’s proved difficult to prioritize my health and full recovery as the lead singer of the band. In 2021, I was undergoing treatment against leukemia, and that gave me a superpower called perspective. I decided to use that perspective and write down the values I wanted to live by for the rest of my life. On top of that list, it says ‘health first.’ I’ve had to look at that list a lot of times this last year, questioning if I’m really living according to my values. At the end of the day, I realized the answer was no.”

In an interview with Terrie Carr of the Morristown earlier this month, Hale revealed she would probably do more than four shows with Skid Row. Just before her, Bach had talked about his hope to reunite with Skid Row. The vocalist thinks they owe it to the band’s fans.