Watch SEBASTIAN BACH Perform SKID ROW's Entire Debut Album In Lynchburg, Virginia

Watch SEBASTIAN BACH Perform SKID ROW's Entire Debut Album In Lynchburg, Virginia

Sebastian Bach performed at Phase 2 in Lynchburg, Virginia on September 27 as part of his tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of SKID ROW's self-titled debut album.

Bach opened the 15-song set with "Tornado" — the LP's final track — and "Forever" before the singer performed the rest of "Skid Row" in order. As an encore, Sebastian played three songs from SKID ROW's 1991 album "Slave To The Grind": the title track, "In A Darkened Room" and "Monkey Business".

Setlist:

01. Tornado
02. Forever
03. Big Guns
04. Sweet Little Sister
05. Can't Stand The Heartache
06. Piece Of Me
07. 18 And Life
08. Rattlesnake Shake
09. Youth Gone Wild
10. Here I Am
11. Makin' A Mess
12. I Remember You
13. Midnight

Encore:

14. Slave To The Grind
15. In A Darkened Room
16. Monkey Business

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below (courtesy of YouTube user "Dennis Justus").

In June, Bach issued an "open invitation" to the other members of SKID ROW's classic lineup to "get onstage and jam" during the vocalist's current tour. A few days later, during an interview with Finland's Kaaos TV, guitarist Dave "Snake" Sabo confirmed that he would not accept Bach's latest overture. "I'm working with my band," he said. "This is SKID ROW, and this is what I do."

Drummer Rob Affuso — who left SKID ROW in 1998 and claims to be "the only former member that keeps in contact with all former SKID ROW bandmates and is still good friends with them all" — subsequently joined Bach on September 25 at Sony Hall in New York City to play the band's classic song "Makin' A Mess".

Asked by Rolling Stone if he thinks his former bandmates are offended that he put his invitation out there publicly, Bach said: "No. I think it's an ego thing. They don't like when I get attention, and they don't get attention. It's always been like that. I can already see them getting mad, because I'm selling out shows, and they're not part of the show, and blah, blah, blah."

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