Skid Row’s former frontman Sebastian Bach recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account and talked about Neil Young’s latest release and thanked him for putting out more music during these challenging days.

Aside from his successful career with both Skid Row and his following projects, Sebastian Bach is also known for being a huge fan of other rock and metal bands. He often uses his Twitter account to share his views on the latest rock news and music, and pay his respects to influential musicians such as Neil Young.

As you may have heard, just some days ago, Neil Young released a live recording and concert film named ‘Young Shakespeare‘ from 1971. All fans can access his latest release through the Neil Young Archives webpage and it looks like Sebastian Bach was one of the first to get a copy of ‘Young Shakespeare.’

In his recent tweet, Sebastian Bach said that he’s been enjoying the vinyl version of ‘Young Shakespeare’ for the past couple of days and thanked Neil Young for such a great record. He went on to imply that he wasn’t surprised to listen to such a great live performance as that’s the ‘usual’ with Neil Young.

Here’s what Sebastian Bach said in his tweet:

“Been enjoying this vinyl for the last couple of days, thank you as usual Neil Young.”

You can check out Sebastian Bach’s tweet below.