Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach made an appearance on The Eddie Trunk Podcast, during which he remembered the time when Pantera’s Dimebag Darrell and Phil Anselmo were acting weirdly at a live performance.

Formed in 1986, Skid Row is a prolific band that achieved considerable commercial success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The band achieved critical acclaim, especially with their first two albums, ‘Skid Row’ and ‘Slave To The Grind.’ Moreover, both albums featured some of the band’s well-known hits.

In 1990, Skid Row went to the studio to record their second album ‘Slave To The Grind.’ They released the record in June 1991, and it became a success soon after the release. Following that, Skid Row embarked on their Slave To The Grind Tour in 1992, with Pantera and Soundgarden as supporting acts.

During The Eddie Trunk Podcast, a fan asked Sebastian Bach if he still remembers that tour with Pantera. The musician’s response revealed that something quite interesting happened during that time. Bach said that he still has that incident on video and then gave the details of what happened.

According to Sebastian Bach, near the end of the Slave To The Grind Tour, Dimebag Darrell, Phil Anselmo, and Vinnie Paul decided to set several barbecues in front of the crowd. Their aim was to make some hot dogs for the fans and themselves during the show.

Sebastian Bach recalled the incident during his appearance on The Eddie Trunk Podcast as:

“I have it on video, dude, and maybe one day if I get back with the old band, we can put it out instead of me making it an NFT, which will be what happens if we don’t put it out.

But I have that on video, and that was near the ending of the Skid Row/Pantera tour, and Dimebag Darrell, Phil Anselmo, and Vinnie Paul decided to set up about three or four barbecues in the pit, in front of the crowd.

And they made themselves dinner and hot dogs for all the fans and for us, and we all had barbecue during the show, and it was ridiculous. People were throwing hot dogs around – that was good times.”

Although the rock and metal scenes are quite familiar with interesting things happening during concerts, having a barbecue during a live performance to have a bite is probably one of the weirdest things that ever happened during shows.