Sebastian Bach to play Skid Row’s debut album in full on 2019 tour

Sebastian Bach (Image credit: Daniel Knighton - Getty)

Sebastian Bach (opens in new tab) has announced he’ll celebrate the 30th anniversary of Skid Row (opens in new tab)’s self titled debut album when he heads out on tour later this year.

The former Skid Row frontman will perform all 11 tracks from the 1989 release along with a selection of other songs from his back catalogue, with the first date set to take place in Nashville on August 29.

The announcement comes after a deluxe edition remaster of the record was released back in January this year, which also included live cuts.

Bach says: “In 1989 we put out the first record Skid Row. Thirty years later, people still dig the music we created in a garage all those years ago. 

“In commemoration of this 30th anniversary digital deluxe release, my band is going to perform the first Skid Row record, in its entirety, on the road, live this fall! It's going to be fun to do something that has never been done live before.

“We are looking forward to seeing you all for this one-time event. Note: This concert is 100% live in every way – all real, all the time, no tapes, no fakes! Come and see a real rock band while they still exist. 

“We give it to you straight from the heart ‘cuz that's the only way we know how. See you on the road!”

Bach is joined in his band by guitarist Brent Woods, drummer Bobby Jarzombek and bassist Rob DeLuca. Tickets for the tour will go on sale this coming Friday (June 7).

Find a full list of tour dates below.

Skid Row: 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (opens in new tab)

Skid Row: 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (opens in new tab)
Skid Row's 1989 debut album spawned classic tracks including 18 And Life, Youth Gone Wild and I Remember You. This deluxe edition has been remastered and also features bonus live material. 

Sebastian Bach 2019 tour dates
Aug 29: Nashville Mercy Lounge, TN
Aug 30: Anderson William A Floyd Amphitheater, SC
Aug 31: Charlotte Amos Southend, NC
Sep 02: Huntsville Side Tracks Music Hall, AL
Sep 03: Columbus Skully’s, OH
Sep 04: Cleveland Phantasy, OH
Sep 06: Stafford Springs Palace Theater, CT
Sep 07: Block Island Ballard's (afternoon show), RI
Sep 09: Laconia Granite State Music Hall, NH
Sep 10: Hampton Beach Wally’s, NH
Sep 11: Portland Aura, ME
Sep 13: Harrison The Blue Note, OH
Sep 14: Flint The Machine Shop, MI
Sep 15: Grand Rapids The Intersection, MI
Sep 18: Kansasville 1175, WI
Sep 19: St. Louis Delmar Hall, MO
Sep 20: Lombard Brauer House, IL
Sep 21: Dubuque Q Casino, IA
Sep 22: Lexington Manchester Music Hall, KY
Sep 25: New York Sony Hall, NY
Sep 26: Harrisburg XL Live, PA
Sep 27: Lynchburg Phase 2, VA
Sep 28: Waterloo The Vine at Del Lago, NY
Sep 29: Warrendale Jergel’s, PA
Oct 01: Atlanta Variety Playhouse, GA
Oct 03: Wichita WAVE, KS
Oct 05: Golden Dirty Dogs Roadhouse, CO (Outdoor)
Oct 06: Albuquerque Sunshine Theater, NM
Oct 10: Ramona Mainstage, CA
Oct 11: Los Angeles Whisky A Go Go, CA
Oct 12: Los Angeles Whisky A Go Go, CA
Oct 17: Roswell Liberty Theater, NM
Oct 18: Oklahoma City Diamond Ballroom, OK
Oct 19: Waco The Backyard, TX
Oct 20: Dallas Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill, TX
Oct 22: Houston House of Blues, TX
Oct 23: San Antonio Aztec Theater, TX
Oct 24: Corpus Christi House of Rock, TX
Oct 25: Lafayette The District, LA
Oct 26: Miramar Beach Village Door Music Hall, FL
Oct 28: Miami KISS Kruise Pre Party @ Double Tree, FL
Oct 30: Orlando Hard Rock, FL
Oct 31: Savannah Victory North, GA
Nov 01: Ft. Myers The Ranch, FL
Nov 02: Pinellas Park England Brothers Park, FL

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