Acclaimed vocal powerhouse Sebastian Bach is returning to the stage this fall for a tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of the double-platinum, acclaimed album Slave To The Grind.
Performing the celebrated 1991 record in its entirety along with other hits from his catalog, Bach is back to rock the masses with support from Detroit band Kaleido. The tour begins September 25th in Waterloo, NY and will wrap in San Diego, CA on December 17th. Tickets are on sale July 23rd at
Bach recently commented on the upcoming tour and anniversary, “30 years ago in the year 1991 we released our second record entitled Slave to the Grind. This album was a collaborative effort between the band members written in our basements and rehearsal rooms in New Jersey shortly after we got off the road for the first record. We had an incredible time coming up with the songs in New Jersey and then bringing in our producer Michael Wagener to help out before we took the whole band and crew down to Gloria Estefan’s New River studios in Fort Lauderdale Florida. We all lived there recording the record and the stories I could tell……!!
After recording in Florida we headed to Burbank California to finish the album and how proud we were of the results. I remember driving down Ventura Boulevard, we had a cassette of the song Monkey Business mix that we cranked over and over again in the car at about 4 in the morning heading back to our hotel. The music was crushing when we made it then and 30 years later it still stands the test of time.
Solidifying the family vibe making this album was the choice to have my father the late David Bierk RIP (1944-2002) create and paint the album cover. Commissioned by Atlantic Records Bob Defrin the cover art is based on the songs themselves and inspired by Caravaggio. The artwork is a story in and of itself. In association with the artist estate we will incorporate never before seen photos during the show detailing the creation of the album cover, which used actual live models playing out the scene in my Dad’s studio back in 1990 – 1991.
None of us could believe the day Slave to the Grind came out and became the first heavy rock album to debut at number one on the Billboard Album chart. The band were naturally ecstatic as were the record company and all involved…. As well as my father and my family. I look forward to playing Slave to the Grind in its entirety in the USA this fall for the 30th Anniversary and for the first time offer a look behind the scenes into the creation of the album cover artwork. Looking forward to seeing you all on the road in 2021 with very special guests from Detroit Michigan, Kaliedo !! See you at the show!”
Sebastian Bach Slave To The Grind tour dates:

Sep 25 – Waterloo, NY – The Vine at Del Lago Casino*

Oct 1 – Grapevine, TX – Glass Cactus
Oct 3 – Cedar Park, TX – Haute Spot
Oct 5 – Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
Oct 7 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
Oct 9 – San Antonio, TX – Tierra Sagrada Rockfest*
Oct 12 – Hopewell, VA – Beacon
Oct 13 – Bristol, TN – Paramount Center
Oct 15 – New York, NY – Sony Hall
Oct 16 – Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
Oct 17 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony
Oct 19 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place
Oct 20 – Middletown, NY – Orange County Fair Speedway Arena
Oct 22 – Boston, MA – Big Night Live
Oct 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
Oct 25 – Virginia Beach, VA – Elevation 27
Oct 26 – Greensburg, PA – Palace Theatre
Oct 29-Nov 3 – Miami, FL – KISS KRUISE*

Nov 6 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room
Nov 7 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
Nov 9 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
Nov 10 – Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl
Nov 12 – Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
Nov 13 – Cleveland, OH – MGM Northfield
Nov 14 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts
Nov 17 – Grand Rapids, MI – Intersection
Nov 18 – Ft. Wayne, IN – The Clyde
Nov 19 – Detroit, MI – Harpos
Nov 21 – Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
Nov 27 – Denver, CO – Gothic
Nov 29 – Billings, MT – Pub Station-Ballroom
Nov 30 – Great Falls, MT – The Newberry

Dec 2 – Suquamish, WA – Clearwater Casino
Dec 3 – Portland, OR – Aladdin
Dec 6 – San Francisco, CA – August Hall
Dec 11 – Blue Lake, CA – Blue Lake Casino
Dec 16 – Los Angeles, CA – Fonda
Dec 17 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues

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  • robert davenport on

    Bach used to be a vocal powerhouse , I’ve watched several recent clips of him live from the last 3 years or so at various gigs , he’s not close to what he was in his prime though not as bad as Paul stanley pre -lip sync
    I’ve seen skid row in their and Bach ‘s prime
    I’m sure alot of people will want to see this tour , I’m not one of them , but I hope it’s very successful for him ~

  • george on

    I think its great that Bach is going out celebrating this great piece of music. I was really shocked to hear how good their next cd was. Subhuman Race. I little harder, less pop. Real great release produced by Bob Rock. Bach’s solo stuff is good too!

  • jeff weaver on

    George I’ve been hearing the praises for S.R. over a decade now when E.T used to mention it on his Bone yard show. Somehow I keep forgetting to stream it though. It now is officially on my priority “to do” list.

  • Rattlehead on

    I love Bach’s passion for music, especially his passion for KI$$. But I find him a very annoying human being, which is probably a primary reason the current members of Skid Row don’t want to reunite with him.

    Skid Row is another band that was unfairly labeled as a “hair band”. Bach had a powerful voice and the first three albums, in particular the “Slave..” album, were very hard hitting albums.

    Savage Animal!

    • Dana on

      The Bach era of Skid Row is phenomenal. Sebastian is an amazing vocalist (one of my faves, actually), and in his youth was prettier than most women.

      However, despite having had a positive experience meeting him once up at Eddie’s Q studio, I have lost some respect for him, as a person, over the years. I have not cared for how he has conducted himself online over the past few years, and I think his feud with Chris Jericho, is highly petty, immature and completely unnecessary.

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