Former lead vocalist of Skid Row, Sebastian Bach, took his official Instagram account today and shared his feelings after being able to perform in front of the audience after almost one and half years.
As you may already follow the rock and heavy metal scene, almost every single musician in the industry was lack of chance to perform in front of the audience due to coronavirus measures. After some states of the United States decided to bent some of the rules, musicians rescheduled their live events to make them as soon as possible.
According to the caption of the photo he shared today, this was the longest ever time that he could not be on stage to perform live since he was twelve years old. Bach also did not forget to show his appreciation to his companion on the show and Country Remix & Mash-Up musician DJ Sinister.
Here is how Bach shared his feelings:
“Last night was the first night I stepped on a stage & stepped up to the mic to belt out some rock n’ roll music in front of a crowd for the first time since February 2020. Like every other musician, this is the longest I have gone in my life since I was 12 years old without playing live. I have dreamed of this moment for well over a year.
I cannot even explain how incredible it felt to rock n’ roll with awesome people having fun with a great band again it was literally a dream come true in every way. I would like to thank my band members last night and my friend DJ Sinister.
Carey & Happy 50th Birthday Danny you deserved the biggest bash ever and that’s what you got dude! Thanks so much for having me. I have been working hard getting ready to rock and have some incredible things to tell you all about very soon. Stay tuned to this space mother truckers!”
You can see the photo below.