Sebastian Bach Launches Solo Effort

After selling more than 20 million records with Skid Row (yes, that's right, 20 million), Sebastian Bach strikes out on his own this week as his "Bring 'Em Bach Alive" hits stores.

Pairing new studio tracks with live versions of familiar Skid Row songs, "Bring 'Em Bach Alive" sees the singer team with guitarist Jimmy Flemion of the Frogs (who teamed with Bach in The Last Hard Men) as well as David Letterman band drummer Anton Fig, guitarist Richie Scarlet, drummer Mark "BamBam" McConnell, and a bassist known only as Larry.

Bach and his assortment of friends recorded their studio cuts at New York's New York City's Electric Lady Studios and Nashville, Tennessee's WireWorld Studio, while the live tracks were recorded at a show in Tokyo last year.

The album hit stores on Tuesday, and Bach will mark the album's first week out with a private party at New York's Don Hill's on Wednesday.

Bach and a few of his friends will hit the road next month in support of the

album, and if you want to check it out, here's where to look:

  • 12/2 - Warwick, RI @ The Station
  • 12/3 - Frederick , MD @ Xhale
  • 12/4 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
  • 12/7 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre
  • 12/8 - Danbury , CT @ Tuxedo Junction
  • 12/9 - Nashua, NH @ Sharky's
  • 12/10 - Brooklyn, NY @ L'Amour
  • 12/11 - Wantagh, NY @ Mulcahy's
  • 12/14 - Limestone , NY @ Rock'n'rick's Concert Club
  • 12/15 - Buffalo, NY @ The Sideshow Music Hall
  • 12/16 - Scranton , PA @ Tink's Ent. Complex
  • 12/17 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
  • 12/18 - Old Bridge , NJ @ The Birch Hill