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Skid Row says they don’t want to reunite with Sebastian Bach

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Skid Row says they don’t want to reunite with Sebastian Bach

The classic Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach, who was a member of the band from 1987 to 1996, until he was fired, said recently in an interview with Eddie Trunk that there was a good chance that the band could finally reunite after almost 30 years. He said that he just had to write a really good email to fix some “miscommunication”.


That of course, made many fans get excited about the possibility but now in an interview with The Hook Rocks, the band’s guitarist Dave “Snake” Sabo said that the reunion won’t happen. According to him the decision was taken by him and the other original member like Rachel Bolan (Bass), alongside the classic member Scotti Hill (Guitar).

Skid Row says they don’t want to reunite with Sebastian Bach

“It’s not gonna happen. I say the same thing every time. I’m thankful that people have such an interest in wanting to see that happen, but I also have to reiterate that this is about being happy in the situation that you’re in.”

“The reason that this isn’t happening is because there’s three of us, myself, Scotti and Rachel – who’ve had conversations about this, and we’ve all been on the same page that we don’t wanna go down that road again. We just, we don’t.”

He continued:

“Rachel has taken a beating over this through the years. He’s the one who’s been blamed for this. ‘Oh, it’s Rachel’s ego.’ ‘It’s this and that.’ No, that’s a load of bullshit. That is not true. And I feel bad because he’s really, really had to shoulder that blame and has never said anything derogatory or anything like that. But you know what? The truth of the matter is that Rachel, Scotti and myself have continually felt the same way, that we enjoy being happy in this band and we’re really happy,” Dave “Snake” Sabo said.

Skid Row’s current line-up has Dave “The Snake” Sabo (Guitar, vocals – Since 1986), Rachel Bolan (Bass – Since 1986), Scotti Hill (Guitar – Since 1987) and Rob Hammersmith (Drums – Since 2010). In 2024 Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale will be the band’s touring vocalist. The band’s most recent album is “The Gang’s All Here” released in 2022. Bach is currently promoting his new solo record “Child Within the Man” (2024).

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