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Former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach releases new hard rock single titled “What Do I Got To Lose?” “.

Sebastian Bach unveils his new solo single titled “What Do I Got To Lose?”. Discover its clip, directed by Jim Louvau and Tony Aguilera, via the player below:

“What Do I Got To Lose?” » is his first solo single to be released in nine years. The singer is taking advantage of the opportunity that his next album will be available in 2024, without communicating further details. The previous single, “Temptation”, was present in Give’em Hell, his latest album, released in 2014. The former Skid Row singer co-signed this new track with Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash) and Elvis Baskette (Mammoth WVH, Slash). The latter is also the producer of the song. On the orchestra side, we find Devin Bronson (Avril Lavigne, David Cook) on guitar, Todd Kerns (Slash) on bass and Jeremy Colson (Steve Vai) on drums.

It remains to be seen what the singer has in store for the world next. On the live side, the singer’s last visit to France also dates back to 2014, during a concert given at the Forum de Vauréal. Two years earlier, he made a notable appearance at Hellfest. If Sebastian Bach has announced a series of dates in the United States, he has not yet communicated any information concerning a possible return to Europe.


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