Sebastian Bach says that he will “commemorate in some way” the upcoming 30th anniversary of SKID ROW‘s debut album.
SKID ROW‘s 1989 multi-platinum, self-titled effort featured the Top 10 hits “18 And Life” and “I Remember You” and was supported by a six-month tour with BON JOVI.
Asked in a new interview with Herald-Tribune how he feels about the “Skid Row” milestone, Bach said:
“Well, you know, you only get one 30th anniversary, so it is quite amazing. I don’t have contact with those guys” — referring to the other members of the classic SKID ROW lineup — “so that’s kind of a drag, but I’m not going to ignore that 30th anniversary. I plan on commemorating it if I can in some way, possibly with a live show; we’re thinking about that. I think Atlantic is thinking of re-releasing the first album, but I don’t know the details on that. But we’ll find out soon.”