Ex-Skid Row Frontman Sebastian Bach Unveiled On “The Masked Singer” 

Ex-Skid Row Frontman Sebastian Bach Unveiled On “The Masked Singer” 
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Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach has released his first new song in a decade, “What Do I Got To Lose?” The tune was co-written by Bach and Alter Bridge/Slash singer Myles Kennedy along with producer Elvis Baskette. Bach is also joined in the video for the song by former Skid Row drummer Rob Affuso. 

“To me, ‘What Do I Got To Lose?’ is the perfect sentiment for me right now,” Bach said in a release. “It’s an anthem for coming back and crushing it. It’s time to lay down the law and put the hammer down old school-style.”

Bach’s new album will arrive early next year via Reigning Phoenix Music. “I cannot express enough how happy I am to have a full and complete team of rock and roll professionals on my side with RPM music,” Bach said. “We have been working on this record together for over eight years and I could not be more proud of the results! Gerardo, Oscar, Sven and all at RPM Music share in the passion of rock n’ roll and together we look forward to kicking ass all over the world in 2024!”

In addition to gearing up for his new album, Bach also was revealed as the Tiki character on Fox’s “The Masked Singer.” 

“When I first agreed to be on the show, I thought it was mostly about comedy and costumes, which it definitely is!” Bach said about his time on “The Masked Singer.” “But when I actually did the show, I realized that ‘The Masked Singer’ is about SINGING! Which I love to do! I had an incredible time doing the show. My favorite song that I got to do was ‘Magic’ by PILOT. The high clean tenor sound of that vocal is incredible to sing for me! It was great making new friends and getting to put on a crazy show with awesome music! Thank you to Nick Cannon and all at ‘The Masked Singer’! Would love to do it again sometime!”

Bach also told Variety: “I love singing, and honestly I saw some really cool friends of mine on the show — namely Dee Snider and Bret Michaels. I’ve always loved a big production. I just went to the very last KISS show at Madison Square Garden. And I’ve always loved costumes and make-up and smoke and lights. ‘The Masked Singer’ is definitely a big production with a lot of staging. Before I got on the show, I thought it was more about comedy and the costumes — which it is. But then when I did it, I found out it’s about the singing. I was very happy to be a part of it because I love to sing.”

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