Ex-SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach says that he “would love the chance” to bury the hatchet with his former bandmates and reunite the group’s classic lineup.
Vocalist Tony Harnell left SKID ROW in December, less than a year after he first joined the band. His predecessor, Johnny Solinger, was fired in April 2015 after a fifteen-year stint with the group.
Writing on his Twitter account, Bach said: “Only way a SKID ROW reunion could happen is if we somehow tried [to] bury a 20-year hatchet between us. Would love the chance to do so #SitDown” He added in another tweet: “To be honest, I have said some super shitty things [to] them [and] about them. I would like to apologize for shooting my mouth off.”
SKID ROW guitarist Dave “Snake” Sabo recently told The Aquarian Weekly about the possibility of SKID ROW reuniting with Bach: “Happiness, to me, is my spirit and my soul is more important to me than having dollars in my wallet. People may [not] believe that and that’s okay. Anybody who knows me knows that to be true. I don’t think you can place a price on happiness. We’ve been hit repeatedly over the years with, ‘Why don’t you do a reunion tour?’ And you know what? I understand the question and I get it. I really do, and if I were on the outside, I’d be asking the same question, but no one feels comfortable with that idea.”