Sebastian Bach will publish his memoir, “18 And Life On Skid Row”, on December 6 via HarperCollins imprint Dey Street Books.
Originally scheduled for a January release, the project moved to an April and then June timeline before being delayed to the fall as Bach expanded the material for the book.
"Pushing the book gives us the opportunity to really finish it properly,” said the rocker months ago. “The publishers asked me for 30 pictures. I gave them 150. There are easy ways to do memoirs, simple ways to do biographies. What separates these books is the archival content. 18 And Life On Skid Row could also be called the Skid Row Archives. I am giving you my personal collection, photos, & documents none of you have ever seen. A lot of them.”
“18 And Life On Skid Row” is billed as an “uncensored, unfiltered memoir” as the former front man for Skid Row tells the story of his life and times – from joining Kid Wikked at 14 to selling more than 20 million albums with Skid Row to building a successful solo career.
From growing up in The Bahamas and small-town Canada to the world’s concert stages, the memoir presents Bach’s life story in his own words.
“Man, I am really starting to get excited about my book!,” says the singer. “Sorry for the radio silence, it's just been years of trying to get it totally perfect, and it's finally looking like we are nailing it in every way!”
Bach’s latest studio release is 2014’s “Give ‘Em Hell.”
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