Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach has shared a new photo with KISS legend Gene Simmons on his official Instagram account and penned an emotional letter about David Lee Roth.

In December 2019, KISS and David Lee Roth announced that they will be touring together in 43 cities, and David will be playing as an opening act. One of the legendary concerts they played was in the Staples Center on March 4, 2020.

Sebastian Bach was one of the audience to listen to these legends live, and he shared his opinion about the KISS’ performance in Staples Center.

Also, he mentioned a special moment that he lived with David Lee Roth before David went through the stage, and he shared this emotional moment with his followers.

While we were writing this, Sebastian’s post reached over 10K likes less than eight hours and the fans left some interesting comment in the post.

Here is what Sebastian Bach said:

“We would like to thank Tommy Thayer, Eric Singer, Doc McGhee, the whole KISS organization and of course Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley for the most incredible night at the Los Angeles Staples Center on the End of the Road Tour! Little at the time did anyone realize how prophetic the name of the tour would be haha!

It seems like a lifetime ago but this was only a few weeks ago. Cannot ever thank Tommy and Eric enough for treating my family & I to a night we will never forget as long as we live. For me to see KISS at the age of 11 in 1979 with my family and then to bring my wife & daughter & sons to see KISS in 2020 is nothing short of mind-blowing.”

Sebastian Bach continued:

“Chance just happened to make it so that I alone was standing by myself side stage as David Lee Roth pulled up in his golf cart! It was me that got to pull the curtain back to show Diamond Dave up to the stage! I was freaking out as I announced, to no one, ‘Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Diamond David Lee Roth to the stage!’ Dave laughed, paused, and said ‘Hey Baz! It’s been a minute!’

He stopped on his way to the stage & gave me a big hug right there before he went on at the Staples Center to whup some ass! Which he proceeded to do! Tommy and Eric both performed their stack heeled boots off! ‘Beth’ had me in tears and Tommy’s solo was Interstellarly galactically amazing! A great night was had by all…. family and friends alike! KISS rules! Rock and roll”

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We would like to thank @tommy_thayer_official @eric_singer_official Doc McGhee the whole KISS organization and of course @genesimmons & @paulstanleylive  for the most incredible night at the Los Angeles Staples Center on the End of the Road Tour! Little at the time did anyone realize how prophetic the name of the tour would be haha! Seems like a lifetime ago but this was only a few weeks ago. Cannot ever thank Tommy and Eric enough for treating my family & I to a night we will never forget as long as we live. For me to see KISS at the age of 11 in 1979 with my family and then to bring my wife & daughter & sons to see KISS in 2020 is nothing short of mind-blowing. Chance just happened to make it so that I alone was standing by myself side stage as @davidleeroth pulled up in his golf cart! It was ME that got to pull the curtain back to show Diamond Dave up to the stage! I was freaking out as I announced, to no one, "Ladies and gentlemen, Mr Diamond David Lee Roth to the stage!!!" Dave laughed, paused, and said "Hey Baz!! It's been a minute!!" He stopped on his way to the stage & gave me a big hug right there before he went on at the Staples Center to whup some ass!! Which he proceeded to do!! Tommy and Eric both performed their stack heeled boots off! 'Beth' had me in tears and Tommy's solo was Interstellarly galacticly amazing! A great night was had by all…. family and friends alike!! KISS rules! Rock and roll! #KISS #VanHalen #SkidRow #orb #endoftheroad Pix by @rosshalfin @suzanne_le_bach

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