One of the biggest voices in rock history is back on the road and feeling a bit nostalgic these days.

Sebastian Bach's latest tour, What Do I Got to Lose, which takes its name from the singer's first new single in ten years is making a stop at Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort in Larchwood, Saturday, September 21 at 8:00 PM.

The timing of Bach's tour also coincides with the 35th anniversary of Skid Row's self-titled debut album, which was released January 24, 1989.

Bach will likely be performing songs from that album, which cracked the top ten on the Billboard chart (#6) and produced a pair of top ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 -  '18 and Life' (#4) and 'I Remember You' (#6).

A third single, 'Youth Gone Wild', landed in the top 30 on the Billboard Rock chart (#27).

Sebastian Philip Bierk was born in the Bahamas and was raised in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.

He sang in his church choir when he was eight years old, and joined his first band, Kid Wikkid, when he was 14.

In 1987, Skid Row was looking for a new lead singer and Bach was recommended by  Jon Bon Jovi's parents, who saw him sing at a wedding reception.

Bach was fired by Skid Row in 1996 after a series of creative differences. He then sang with Triumph and The Last Hard Men before releasing his debut solo album, Bring 'Em Bach Alive!. He has released three more albums since, Angel Down (2007), Kicking & Screaming (2011), and Give 'Em Hell (2014).

In 2000, Bach began performing in Broadway productions like Jekyll & Hyde (2000), The Rocky Horror Show (2001), and Jesus Christ Superstar (2002).

In 2006, Bach starred in the VH1 reality show Supergroup, in which he, along with Ted Nugent, Scott Ian, Jason Bonham, and Evan Seinfeld, were tasked with forming a heavy metal supergroup, with Bach as the lead vocalist.

Bach was later the winner of the second season of the CMT reality show Gone Country (2008) and in 2023, he competed in season ten of The Masked Singer as "Tiki".

Tickets for the Grand Falls show go on sale Friday (March 15).

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