Skid Row came crashing into the spotlight at the tail end of the '80s with their debut self-titled record, and to commemorate its 30th anniversary, singer Sebastian Bach will be performing it in its entirety on an upcoming tour. The run kicks off Aug. 29 in Nashville, Tenn. at Mercy Lounge.

Skid Row came out in 1989, breaking the band into the hair metal scene with hits like "18 and Life," "Youth Gone Wild" and "I Remember You." Following the immense success of their sophomore album Slave to the Grind, Bach left the group in the mid-90s, and has since released three full-length solo albums.

"30 years later, people still dig the music we created in a garage all those years ago," the singer says of Skid Row. "In commemoration of this 30th Anniversary digital deluxe release, my band is going to perform the first Skid Row record, in its entirety, on the road, LIVE this fall! It's going to be fun to do something that has never been done live before! We are looking forward to seeing you all for this one time event!"

Regarding controversial news of notable rock bands using backing tracks live in 2019, Bach made sure to clarify he will not be following suit. "Note: This concert is 100% live in every way! All real! All the time! No tapes! No fakes! Come and see a real rock band while they still exist! We give it to you straight from the heart 'cuz that's the only way we know how! See you on the road," he affirms.

Joining the vocalist are Brent Woods on guitar, Rob DeLuca on bass and Bobby Jarzombek on drums. Tickets go on sale here this Friday (June 7.) See the dates below.

Sebastian Bach 2019 Tour Dates

Aug. 29 - Nashville, Tenn. @ Mercy Lounge
Aug. 30 -  Anderson, S.C. @ William A Floyd Amphitheater
Aug. 31 -  Charlotte, N.C. @ Amos Southend
Sept. 2 - Huntsville, Ala. @ Side Tracks Music Hall
Sept. 3 - Columbus, Ohio @ Skully's
Sept. 4 - Cleveland, Ohio @ Phantasy
Sept. 6 - Stafford Springs, Ct. @ Palace Theater
Sept. 7 - Block Island, R.I. @ Ballard's (afternoon show)
Sept. 9 - Laconia, N.H. @ Granite State Music Hall
Sept. 10 - Hampton Beach, N.H. @ Wally's
Sept. 11 - Portland, Maine @ Aura
Sept. 13 - Harrison, Ohio @ The Blue Note
Sept. 14 - Flint, Mich. @ The Machine Shop
Sept. 15 - Grand Rapids, Mich. @ The Intersection
Sept. 18 - Kansasville, Wis. @ 1175
Sept. 19 - St. Louis, Mo. @ Delmar Hall
Sept. 20 - Lombard, Ill. @ Brauer House
Sept. 21 - Dubuque, Iowa @ Q Casino
Sept. 22 - Lexington, Ky. @ Manchester Music Hall
Sept. 25 - New York, N.Y. @ Sony Hall
Sept. 26 - Harrisburg, Pa. @ XL Live
Sept. 27 - Lynchburg, Va. @ Phase 2
Sept. 28 - Waterloo, N.Y. @ The Vine at Del Lago
Sept. 29 - Warrendale, Pa. @ Jergel's
Oct. 1 - Atlanta, Ga. @ Variety Playhouse
Oct. 3 - Wichita, Kan. @ WAVE
Oct. 5 - Golden, Colo. @ Dirty Dogs Roadhouse (Outdoor)
Oct. 6 - Albuquerque, N.M. @ Sunshine Theater
Oct. 10 - Ramona, Calif. @ Ramona Mainstage
Oct. 11 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ Whisky A Go Go (Night 1)
Oct. 12 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ Whisky A Go Go (Night 2)
Oct. 17 - Roswell, N.M. @ Liberty Theater
Oct. 18 - Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Diamond Ballroom
Oct. 19 - Waco, Texas @ The Backyard
Oct. 20 - Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill
Oct. 22 - Houston, Texas @ House of Blues
Oct. 23 - San Antonio, Texas @ Aztec Theater
Oct. 24 - Corpus Christi, Texas @ House of Rock
Oct. 25 - Lafayette, La. @ The District
Oct. 26 - Miramar Beach, Fla. @ Village Door Music Hall
Oct. 28 - Miami, Fla. @ KISS Kruise Pre Party @ Double Tree
Oct. 30 - Orlando, Fla. @ Hard Rock
Oct. 31 - Savannah, Ga. @ Victory North
Nov. 1 - Ft. Myers, Fla. @ The Ranch
Nov. 2 - Pinellas Park, Fla. @ England Brothers Park

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