Canadian hair metal legend Sebastian Bach is bringing his 2017 tour to Singapore for a one night only concert.

LAMC Productions announced today the former Skid Row frontman will be performing in Singapore for the first time on Wednesday, October 18 at Kallang Theatre. This is the only stop in Asia so far.

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The concert promises to be a non-stop party filled with Skid Row classics such as “18 and Life”, “Youth Gone Wild“, “I Remember You“, “Monkey Business“, “Slave To The Grind” and many more.

Sebastian Bach Bach on Tour 2017

Tickets are priced at SGD88 / 108 / 118 / 138 and 158. They will go sale on July 13 through SISTIC at 9am and SISTIC Authorised Agents and hotline (65) 6348-5555 at 10am.

Sebastian Bach is a heavy metal and glam rock singer and actor from Ontario, Canada. He rose to fame at the age of eighteen as a frontman of Skid Row, an American rock band formed by ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Dave Sabo. In 1989 the band released a debut self-titled album featuring hit single “Youth Gone Wild”. Their followup Slave To The Grind became the first ever hard rock album to debut at No. 1.

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Bach ventured off on his own in 1996 and created acclaimed solo material and his various collaborations with musicians across all genres. The live album Bring ‘Em Bach Alive! arrived two years later followed by LPs Bach 2: Basics and Angel Down. His latest album, Give ‘Em Hell, debuted at No. 3 on Billboard‘s Top Hard Rock Albums Chart.

Update (Aug 24): LAMC Productions confirmed Japanese heavy metal band Loudness will be joining Sebastian Bach as special guests.

Consisting of Minoru Nihara on lead vocals, Akira Takasaki on guitar, Masayoshu Yamashita on bass, and Masayuki Suzuki on drums, Loudness was formed in 1981 and were the were the first Japanese metal act signed to a major label in the United States. They’ve released twenty-six albums to date, five of which in America, and reached the Billboard Top 100 at the height of their international popularity. They’re also set to release a new album, Rise To Glory, in 2018.