Sebastian Bach Names The Band That Blew All Of Their Potential
Former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach revealed the band that he thinks wasted all of their potential in a recent tweet.
Sebastian Bach is mostly known for his music career as the frontman of Skid Row between 1987 and 1996. In 1987, he joined the band following Matt Fallon’s departure when the band members spotted him singing at rock photographer Mark Weiss’ wedding. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the band Skid Row achieved commercial success with their albums ‘Skid Row’ and ‘Slave To The Grind.’
Back in those days, due to grunge’s increasing popularity, Skid Row gradually lost its fame. In late 1996, Bach left the band after an argument with Rachel Bolan who turned down the opportunity to open for the KISS reunion tour. The band claimed Skid Row was too big to be an opening act, but Bach told them they would never be too big to open for KISS. Four years later though, Skid Row was one of the opening acts for the KISS Farewell Tour in 2000, without Bach’s presence.
According to a recent tweet, Sebastian Bach named the band which, according to him, blew all of their potential. He posted his tweet as a response to the question by Return Of Rock. His answer to this question was rather simple: Bach claimed that the band was Skid Row.
Return Of Rock’s tweet asked:
“What band blew all of their potential?”
To which Sebastian Bach responded:
You can check out Sebastian Bach’s tweet below.
Skid Row https://t.co/TRRHS0EanK
— Sebastian Bach (@sebastianbach) August 16, 2021