Sebastian Bach Mocks A Radio Channel That Mistaken Him For The German Composer Bach

Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach shared a post on his official Twitter page humorously correcting a post from Bayshore Radio which used a picture of the famous composer Johann Sebastian Bach while they are promoting a song named ‘Day and Night’ by him, yet tagged frontman Sebastian Bach in their post.

As many of you may already know, musician Sebastian Philip Bierk goes by the name Sebastian Bach and his fans mostly know him for his stage name which he has been using from the beginning of his career, way back in 1983 when he was only 14 years old.

Since the name ‘Sebastian Bach’ also belongs to another worldwide famous musician, the German composer Johann Sebastian Bach which has been regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time since the 19th century, it is highly possible for somebody to mistake the two only by their names.

However, when a radio station mistook the two musicians in one of their recent posts on Twitter in which Bayshore Radio revealed the playing song named ‘Day and Night’ by Johann Sebastian Bach with the picture of the iconic composer, the opportunity for Skid Row frontman to make a hilarious joke about the incident came up.

Here is what the radio station said:

“#NowPlaying Night And Day by Sebastian Bach”

Sebastian Bach shared a post on his official Twitter page after seeing the post he was tagged with a picture of the composer Johann Sebastian Bach. Sebastian Bach mocked the ridiculous post as he stated that he looks different now thanks to the coronavirus lockdowns, however, the fact that a radio station mistaken him for the other Bach is complete nonsense.

Here is what Bach said:

“I know I’m looking a little different now in covid lockdown but this is getting ridiculous”

You can see the Twitter post below.