Today we’re taking it back to the 80s with heavy metal band Skid Row.
Word is that frontman Sebastian Bach was spotted singing at rock photographer Mark Weiss’s wedding by Jon Bon Jovi’s parents who suggested that he try out for their son’s friend’s (Dave Sabo) band.
Their first two albums were a HUGE success and by 1996 the band had sold 20 million albums worldwide.
Following disagreements over musical material, Bach was fired from the band in 1996 but multiple sources have also indicated that he had left the band due to the rest of the group believing they should not play as an opening act for KISS. The rift between Bach and the other band members subsequently led to his leaving Skid Row.
The song “I Remember You” was a power ballad written by bandmates Rachel Bolan and Dave “the Snake” Sabo. It reached number six on the US Billboard Hot 100 and in a 2007 interview, Sebastian Bach commented, “‘I Remember You’ was the #1 prom song in the United States of America in the year 1990”.
After Skid Row replaced Bach with new lead singer Johnny Solinger, they recorded a second version of the song in 2003 entitled “I Remember You Two.”
Today I’ll be reacting to a live performance of Sebastian’s version, hope you enjoy it!
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