Toured in
October 2017

Sebastian Bach

The Tivoli
Forum Theatre
Manning Bar
Astor Theatre
The Gov

Sebastian Bach

Event Info

The Original Voice of SKID ROW, Musical Royalty SEBASTIAN BACH returns to Australia this October! Hailed as one of the finest front men to come out of the late 80’s / early 90’s with one hell of a voice, he is the personification of pure rock and roll at its finest!

Having joined SKID ROW at the ripe young age of 18, SEBASTIANBACH began a whirlwind career fuelled with sex, drugs and rock and roll alongside large amounts of touring and Gold & Platinum accolades. In 1996 when he ventured off on his own where he created acclaimed solo material and his various collaborations with musicians across all genres. Last year he released his book “18 And Life on Skid Row”, an exhilarating, whip-smart and brutally honest memoir.

BACH‘s live shows are a non-stop party filled with all the SKID ROW classics such – “18 and Life”, “Youth Gone Wild“, “I Remember You“, “Monkey Business“, “Slave To The Grind” plus more.


"more than a singer, he is an entertainer and his energy on stage was a thrill to watch. Swinging his mic ferociously by the chord, windmilling and jumping around, whilst never struggling to hit a high note, the crowd were euphoric”
Metal As Fuck
‘all dancing, fists, devil horns raised, timeless pipes and boundless enthusiasm’
Spotlight Report
"you are watching a real “rock star” at work, all the way from the falsetto down to the leather studded pants and stage banter. Baz had the intimate but incredibly vocal crowd eating out the palm of his hand from the second he appeared… flawless!”
Maximum Volume
"it is utterly refreshing to be transported back to a time when hair was hair and rock was rock. Former Skid Row-front man Sebastian Bach managed to achieve exactly that at the Metro with 80 minutes of straight up fist-pumping old fashioned in your face rock music”
Spotlight Report
"his persistent energy, cheeky charisma, and seemingly effortless, ear-shattering vocals, Bach remains one of the best Rock front man of not just his generation, but each thereafter”
AU Review