Later this month, Sebastian Bach joins Billy Idol guitarist Steve Stevens for a series of three shows in New York.
The January 27, 28 and 29 gigs at The Iridium and will see Bach and Stevens "doing two sets a night," including "some special unexpected songs," according to Sebastian, adding, "I have always wanted to play with Steve, so I am really looking forward to it."
For more info, check out the details at The Iridium here.
Bach has now tipped fans off that the Saturday, January 28 performances will be webcast live at www.iridiumlive.net beginning at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. eastern.
The former Skid Row singer continues to tour in support of his latest release, “Kicking & Screaming.”
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