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Sebastian Bach Has A Problem With Book Announcement (A Top Story)



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On Friday Sebastian Bach Has A Problem With Book Announcement was a top story. Here is the recap: Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach is upset about the description of his forthcoming autobiography "18 and Life on Skid Row" that was released by the publisher earlier this week.

HarperCollins released the announcement of the book and revealed a January 19, 2016 release date. Bach says that the description offered in the announcement is not the "official" one.

Bach posted the following message to fans on his Facebook page soon after the HarperCollins announcement went out, "Hello, there are media reports today on the Internet about my book which will be coming out in January. Yes my book is coming out in January. But the story that is circulating today is not in any way the 'Official' description of my book.

"Stay tuned for a press release on the book. What you are reading today is something I have never read, and really not descriptive of the words in the book I have written. Thank you for your time."

Here is the description that HarperCollins put out: "In this uncensored, unfiltered memoir, the musician and former front man for Skid Row tells the story of how a choir boy became a mega-successful hair metal god, rode the wave of fame in Heavy Metal's heyday, and came out alive on the other side when glam rock went the way of the cassette tape and the Walkman.

"Sebastian Bach is an iconic rock vocalist who has sold in excess of twenty million records worldwide. Best known for his powerful high vocal range and his flowing blonde locks, he's been a stand out member of the metal music scene since he was fourteen. From first joining Kid Wikkid, Bach has rocked out with Skid Row, Madam X, The Last Hard Men, The Frogs, and Frameshift, and with famous friends such as Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Soundgarden, Pantera, and Guns 'N Roses.

"But eventually the party bus stopped and the rock star grew up. Yet the fun didn't end. Bach established a successful solo career as an actor, musician, and singer, appearing on numerous television shows and on Broadway. In this no-holds-barred memoir-raw, powerful, wild, funny, and reflective-he charts his unconventional childhood, first in the Bahamas and then in his rise from small-town Canada to the world's greatest concert stages to the Great White Way and beyond.

"There's the usual sex, drugs, parties, women, hair products, and headbanging rock 'n' roll, but there is also a lot more. Here is a rock star who can write, tell a great story, and has kept his career moving forward despite the changing musical landscape. Through it all, this talented artist remained devoted to his craft, and to having a damn good time." -