FAN FILMED FOOTAGE OF BIG NOIZE, THE BAND FEAUTURING SEBASTIAN BACH, GEORGE LYNCH, VINNE APPICE AND PHIL SOUSSAN, POSTED ONLINE

bignoize Fan filmed footage of Big Noize, the band featuring Sebastian Bach (Skid Row) on vocals, George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob, T&A) on guitar, Phil Soussan (Ozzy Osbourne, Vince Neil) on bass and Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio, Heaven & Hell) on drums, can be viewed below.

The footage was filmed at Big Noize’s show on July 9th at Teatro Caupolic├ín in Santiago, Chile.

The band’s reported setlist was:

1. The Mob Rules (Black Sabbath cover)
2. I Don’t Know (Ozzy Osbourne cover)
3. Kicking & Screaming (Sebastian Bach cover)
4. Into The Fire (Dokken cover)
5. Bible Black (Heaven & Hell cover)
6. Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne cover)
7. Killer Of Giants (Ozzy Osbourne cover)
8. 18 And Life (Skid Row cover)
9. The Hunter (Dokken cover)
10. Shot In The Dark (Ozzy Osbourne cover)
11. Mr. Scary (Dokken cover)
12. In A Darkened Room (Skid Row cover)
13. Heaven And Hell (Black Sabbath cover)
14. Alone Again (Dokken cover)
15. I Remember You (Skid Row cover)
Encore:
16. Youth Gone Wild (Skid Row cover)

11 Responses

  1. Why does Bach always wind up in cover bands–NOTE: the deliberate omission of the word “Supergroup”…He’s becoming more of a rock n roll cliche each time he prostitues himself out. Unfortunatley, his stock is on the decline. The only way he can regain his credibility is with a Skid Row reunion.

  2. He’s still a capable singer, but his type of music isn’t hugely popular right now. I think if he gets with the right guys, he could do something very good again. Steve Stevens on guitar would be a good start, maybe throw in Jason Bonham and a good bass player.

    1. Bach’s problem is like a lot of 80’s vocalists – hes still a pretty good singer but he’s nothing like he was (just like Joe Elliot/Geoff Tate). He was amazing on Slave To The Grind but his voice isn’t what it was and he’s competing with his past like many other greats. I agree with the Steve Steven’s comment / that would be a great combo. But Bas has got to stop trying all the high stuff constantly – makes him sound like a cover artist trying to hit high notes. He’s got a good voice in lower octaves, he should work with what he’s got.

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