skidrow640 According to a posting on his Facebook page Skid Row singer Johnny Solinger has just announced that he has quit the band to pursue his solo career.

He writes, “I have decided to leave Skid Row to pursue my solo career. The past 15 years has been a great experience and I have appreciated the opportunity to be the lead singer in one of the most prominent bands of the 1990’s and share stages with the likes of Aerosmith, Bon Jovi and KISS performing in front of millions throughout the world. I wish Skid Row the best of luck in their future pursuits.”

Sid Row’s releases with Solinger include: 2003’s Thickskin, 2006’s Revolutions Per Minute) and the band’s two most recent EPs: United World Rebellion: Chapter One (2013) and Rise Of The Damnation Army – United World Rebellion: Chapter Two (2014).

Rachel Bolan and Dave “The Snake” Sabo will be guests on Eddie Trunk’s SiriusXM satellite radio show Eddie Trunk Live tonight (4/6).

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  1. If it weren’t for Sebastian Bach still being around and at least moderately successful, I wouldn’t even know Skid Row existed anymore. Going back and checking out the last releases with this guy didn’t impress me much.

    Tony Harnell from TNT is supposed to take over. Ok.

    I don’t see the point. You guys don’t have that many years left, play with Bach, for god’s sake. Time for everyone to get over themselves and act like adults. funny ,eh?

  2. Yep, the only way this band has one last hurrah is to get back wth Bach, kiss and make-up already.
    I saw this line-up twice and was unimpressed. Bach was the voice, even if he’s got issues.

  3. Agree completely, don’t understand how some people think new singers is the remedy. Time running out to start over ten times. Bach is there, can sing and will fill venues again. Get over it and appease whats left of your fans…

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