Saturday, April 23, 2011

VIDEO: Sebastian Bach rocks Revolver Golden God Awards with Asking Alexandria

Sebastian Bach was a busy guy this week at the third annual Revolver Golden God Awards in L.A. on Wednesday.

Bach hosted the VH1 pre-show “black carpet,” doing interviews with all the rockers, before joining Asking Alexandria on stage for a cover of Skid Row’s “Youth Gone Wild.”

While Bach did issue a “kiss my ass” edict to his former bandmates recently, Sebastian continues to perform songs he wrote from back in the day, aware of the staying power of some of his work.

“Well, the Skid Row material just makes people keep liking it,” said Bach. “They like the songs. I'm not a youth anymore, I'm 43 years old but they (Asking Alexandria) are like 20. So they're youth and they get right into it, so that's killer!”

Any issues singing the song at the age of 43? “I can sing it, you know,” laughs Sebastian. “Gene Simmons says every night that ‘I wanna rock and roll all night and party every day.’ He doesn't really party. He's got no problem singing it, so neither do I.”

Highlights from the Revolver Golden Gods Awards will be broadcast on VH1 Classic on Saturday, May 28.

Revolver will release a special Golden Gods issue of the magazine on May 24; the issue will include exclusive behind-the-scenes photos and interviews.

Meanwhile, Bach’s been in an L.A. studio working on his next album, tentatively due this fall via the Italian label Frontiers Records.

Skid Row Skid Row

Asking Alexandria – Youth Gone Wild
With guest Sebastian Bach
Revolver Golden Gods Awards
Club Nokia – Los Angeles, CA – April 20, 2011

See also:

Sebastian Bach tells Skid Row: “Kiss my ass!”
New album: Sebastian Bach to enter studio on Monday