Sebastian Bach graced the Varsity Theater in Baton Rouge this past Saturday night and it was no surprise that he brought the “Big Guns” for this performance. Being a huge Sebastian Bach fan since the early Skid Row years, my hopes were pretty high for this concert and I was not disappointed. While this tour is to promote Bach’s newest album, Give ‘Em Hell, only a few songs off the album made the set leaving most of the night with Skid Row songs and an amazing cover of Rush’s Tom Sawyer . With Bach being in his early 40’s, he has proven that not only has he undoubtedly sipped from the fountain of youth, but time has not effected his singing chops in the least as he belted out the big hits 18 and Life, Big Guns, I Remember You, and Youth Gone Wild like it was 1989! What was most interesting to me was the age range of the fans at this particular show. Some may have come as Skid Row fans, some may have come to hear the significantly heavier music that has become the sound of Bach’s solo career. Some of the younger girls may have come to see Gil (the character that Sebastian played as a small role on Gilmore Girls). But no matter the reason, they all were able to walk away and say they got to see a legend of Rock that night. Sebastian Bach by Jenn Devereaux Sebastian Bach by Jenn Devereaux Sebastian Bach by Jenn Devereaux Sebastian Bach by Jenn Devereaux Set List: Slave to the Grind Hell Inside My Head The Threat Big Guns Piece of Me 18 and Life American Metalhead Tunnelvision In a Darkened Room Monkey Business Tom Sawyer Taking Back Tomorrow I Remember You All My Friends Are Dead Youth Gone Wild Share this:Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on StumbleUpon (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... One Response Mariah December 11th, 2014 I know me and my friends went to see The Kodiax, it was just really awesome that we got to see Sebastian Bach at the same time! The Kodiax tore it up and left the crowd prepped for The Bach to melt faces.