Sebastian Bach

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Sebastian Bach on KCRW

The singer Sebastian Bach once said he put the 'hair' in hair metal. Back in the '80s, his band Skid Row topped the charts. In the early '90s, grunge bands like Nirvana overtook metal.

Sebastian Bach on heavy metal, musical theater, hair tips

The singer Sebastian Bach once said he put the 'hair' in hair metal. Back in the '80s, his band Skid Row topped the charts. In the early '90s, grunge bands like Nirvana overtook metal.

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