Sebastian Bach—who last night was revealed to the world as “Tiki” on Fox’s The Masked Singer Group B Finals—has today released a powerful new single, What Do I Got To Lose? Listen here and watch the video (directed by Jim Louvau and Tony Aguilera) below.

“When I first agreed to be on the show, I thought it was mostly about comedy and costumes, which it definitely is.” Sebastian says about his time on The Masked Singer. “But when I actually did the show, I realized that The Masked Singer is about SINGING. Which I love to do.I had an incredible time doing the show. My favorite song that I got to do was Magic by Pilot. The high clean tenor sound of that vocal is incredible to sing for me. It was great making new friends and getting to put on a crazy show with awesome music. Thank you to Nick Cannon and all at the Masked Singer, would love to do it again sometime.”

The arena-ready stomp of What Do I Got To Lose? was co-written by Sebastian, Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash) and Elvis Baskette (Mammoth WVH, Slash), the latter of whom also served as the track’s producer. Guitars lock into a heart-thumping groove on the track as Sebastian’s voice rings out on the refrain, “I’m holding on for judgment day.The momentum gives way to a fret-burning lead. For the video, Sebastian is joined by his former Skid Row bandmate, drummer Rob Affuso.

“To me, What Do I Got To Lose? is the perfect sentiment for me right now,” Sebastian laughs. “It’s an anthem for coming back and crushing it. It’s time to lay down the law and put the hammer down old school-style.”

For the release of What Do I Got To Lose? the singer, songwriter, author, Broadway star, and actor teamed up with Reigning Phoenix Music for its release. It marks Sebastian’s first new music in ten years.

“I cannot express enough how happy I am to have a full and complete team of rock and roll professionals on my side with RPM music,” Sebastian adds. “We have been working on this record together for over eight years and I could not be more proud of the results! Gerardo, Oscar, Sven and all at RPM Music share in the passion of rock n’ roll and together we look forward to kicking ass all over the world in 2024.”

On the live front, Sebastian will hit the road in 2024 for a mix of solo gigs and festival appearances with more dates to be announced in the coming months. (The initial 2024 dates are below).

Stay tuned in early 2024 for additional news about what’s next for Sebastian Bach.

Sebastian Bach’s initial 2024 shows are as follows:

2-24 Rock from the Heart, Palace Theatre  Saint Paul, MN

2-29 The 80’s Cruise 2024  Orlando, FL

4-14 Rainbow Bar & Grill 52nd Anniversary Show  West Hollywood, CA

4-26 Summer Breeze 2024  São Paulo, Brazil

4-27 Tork n Roll  Curitiba, Brazil

4-28 Vivo Rio (with Mr. Big)  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

4-30 Teatro del Museo  Montevideo, Uruguay

5-1  Estadio Obras (with Mr. Big)  Buenos Aires , Argentina

5-3  Teatro Caupolican (with Mr. Big)  Santiago, Chile

5-9  Welcome to Rockville 2024  Daytona Beach, FL

5-5  Lunario  Mexico City, Mexico

Watch Sebastian’a performances on, The Masked Singer, below.

Following Sebastian online at: Instagram, Facebook, X (Twitter) and Youtube.

9 Responses

  1. Decent song , solid riff but why the need for yet another video cliché half naked girl soaking wet …I don’t really get it ? im not a prude …. but are fans of this style of music really still mentally 16 ????

    1. Yes we are…

      And isn’t that his wife?

      Nothing wrong with a hot Rock Video girl every so often..!!

  2. This is a good song. Nothing groundbreaking. I was always a bigger fan of Sebastion Bach more than the newer boring skid row. He brought the sh-t to the band. His vocals are just way over the top of the 1st 3 releases with Skid Row. I would go see him live anytime.

  3. I think if you told Sebastian in 1990, that in 30 years, he would be on TV disguised as a giant Tiki drink singing covers, he would be quite taken back. On the other hand, he did seem to enjoy it.

  4. Great tune, rocks hard. I can’t quite tell, is that Todd Kerns of the Conspirators on bass? At the time, obviously more difficult to tell, but when you go back and listen again to his performances on The Masked Singer, it’s easy to hear it’s Bach. That little scratch in his voice…..

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