Sebastian Bach released a lengthy statement to Blabbermouth.net in response to his interview with 93.3 The Bone in Dallas, Texas the other morning. “The DJ walks over to me, and the first thing she says to me is: ‘Well, we’re coming out of the commercial break, I have the Skid Row all queued up, we’ll come out of the commercial, go straight into Skid Row, and…’ There is only one problem. I am not in Skid Row. I was fired from the band in 1996,” Bach explained. “So I politely, but firmly, say, ‘I don’t want to play Skid Row.’ I have no problem with anyone playing Skid Row. But I don’t have to be there for it. The reason I flew to Texas, and drove here from San Antonio, is because I have spent seven years working on a new CD called ‘Angel Down’. Would it be possible if we could please play a song off the new CD?” Despite the uncomfortable start, Bach said, “It actually turned into a cool interview. I had a great time at The Bone.” Read more.
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