SEBASTIAN BACH Calls Out A Fan For Wearing SKID ROW Shirt From Later Era On His Concert (Video)

SEBASTIAN BACH Calls Out A Fan For Wearing SKID ROW Shirt From Later Era On His Concert

Sebastian Bach has again took a swing at his former bandmates in SKID ROW during a last night’s (June 4) concert by his solo band at Saint Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, Michigan. 

His outburst started after someone yelled out “SKID ROW“, to which Sebastian quickly fired back with: “Yeah, that’s the band that kicked me out. Yeah, killer. Great. F**king a**holes.”

Later in the show, Bach expressed displeasure with someone in the crowd wearing a SKID ROW shirt from a period after he had left the band.

“I’m fascinated by this shirt right here,” he said. “This is SKID ROW with what number singer? Seven? Eight? Nine? What number is that guy? Huh? What number? Is that replacement number seven? Or number eight? Or number nine? And before you say, ‘Well they don’t have nine,’ I can f**king name every f**king one of them. How do you even wear that? It’s like, ridiculous. Is that the guys from DRAGONFORCE? Or f**king TNT? Or whatever the f**k. F**king embarrassing.”

You can check out a video below.

Detroit photographer Brandon Nagy, who covered Bach‘s concert at Saint Andrew’s Hall for local radio station 106.7 WLLZ, shared some photos from the event along with the following message: “Last time I covered his show, he had a tantrum and kicked all the photographers out of the photo pit. So, I worked from the upper level of Saint Andrew’s this time and avoided that. But he still interrupted his show to pick on people wearing SKID ROW shirts.”

In a recent interview with Joe Rock from Long Island’s rock station 102.3 WBABBach was asked about the likelihood of a reunion for SKID ROW‘s classic lineup.

“I do, but when I read myself talk about this, I kind of cringe ’cause it’s not up to me, Bach responded. “Those guys are currently on their eighth or ninth replacement for me. And there’s been a miscommunication from my camp to theirs that I will attempt to clear up, but I am way too focused on what I’m doing in my career to even really even think about that right now, to be honest with you. I’m just not thinking about the old days right now. I’m thinking about the fact that I’ve got a new song on the radio. ‘What Do I Got To Lose?’ is on FM radio across the country. That video is almost two million views in 2024. And in my day, two million views was double platinum. [Laughs] So, I’m not thinking about 1989; I’m not thinking about 1991.’

“I am overjoyed to hear my voice on the radio in 2024,” he continued. “That is more important to me than thinking about what happened in ’91. I just don’t think about that, really. Not to say that I wouldn’t get the band back together, but I’m just focused like a laser beam on what I’m doing right now. So that’s gonna have to take a back seat, like for real. This is more interesting to me. My album, the way it sounds and the reaction that people are giving it is more exciting and interesting, and creating new music instead of just playing the same old songs over and over. I love having new songs to play, even though I haven’t learned how to play them yet. [Laughs]”