Thursday, July 13, 2017

Sebastian Bach to undergo singing-related surgery

Sebastian Bach will undergo surgery on July 13 for what the rocker refers to as a “singing-related” issue.

“This is the first surgery that I have had since I got my nose broke at the Motley Crue show,” Bach wrote on Facebook on Wednesday, referring to a 1997 incident. "Don't worry, the anesthetist has been warned! I'm kind of nervous but that's how it goes I guess. This surgery has nothing to do with my voice, or my throat, at all, but it IS singing related.

“After years of doing what I do, rock 'n' roll has taken a toll on a part of my body, and tomorrow I am going to get it fixed. Wish me luck! I'll see you on tour.”

Bach performed a handful of US dates last month prior to the procedure.

The singer recently confirmed plans to appear at the upcoming Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp featuring Judas Priest this fall.

Billed as “Hell Bent For Hollywood”, the September 14-17 event will provide participants with the opportunity to jam alongside Bach and Priest members Rob Halford, Richie Faulkner, Ian Hill and Scott Travis, and features guest counselors including Vinny Appice, Rudy Sarzo and Alice Cooper guitarist Nita Strauss, among others.

Full details are available at

Bach published his autobiography, "18 And Life On Skid Row", last December.

The project was billed as an “uncensored, unfiltered memoir” as the singer 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.

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