Sebastian Bach Revisits Reason for Split With Skid Row

(Rock News Desk) Sebastian Bach has hit out against his former Skid Row bandmates for the way the treated him before his dismissal.

The frontman was fired from the band in 1996 after refusing to sing new material that he did not like, which he states has since appeared on Skid Row's albums featuring replacement vocalist Johnny Solinger.

Bach says: "I refused to sing them because I didn't think they were as good as 18 & Life. I didn't get into this business to sing music I don't like. I can't sing a song that I don't love. They'd come up with an idea, I'd go to the microphone, and my mouth would shut. It wasn't in my control." more on this story is an official news provider for
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