By Steve Newton
Back in the waning days of the ’80s I got a call from 20-year-old Sebastian Bach, who rang in from Nashville while his band, Skid Row, was touring with Bon Jovi.
Less than a month earlier Skid Row had released its self-titled debut album, which would go on to sell five-million copies in the U.S. alone.
I was never a huge Skid Row fan, but I thought Bach gave a good interview. He had the world by the balls at the time, and it showed.