Sebastian Bach has backtracked on his previous statements that he would never return to Skid Row and he’s divulged only one member of the band's classic lineup disagrees with him, but he hasn't revealed which one.
The singer was let go by Skid Row in 1996, going on to develop a solo career
while they hired replacement Johnny Solinger. In the past both parties had
firmly asserted getting back together wasn’t in the cards.
However, when asked again via Twitter, Bach tweeted: “Four out of five want
to do it. Believe it or not, I am one of the four who would do it.”
Earlier this year he revealed they’d never actually been asked to reform
until they were approached by organizers of the UK’s Sonisphere festival – which was later cancelled.
After admitting a tweet he’d written claiming he was “getting the band back
together” was an April fools joke, the singer said, "A lot of the time people say, ‘How come you aren’t together?’ and I’ve never been offered a reunion until this year. They actually printed up a poster, ‘KISS with special guests Skid Row,’ and that was actually a real thing. But those guys did not want to do it.”
He suggests the situation has now changed. But, the most recent comment from Bolan appears to hint that he could be the one standing against the move. “When Johnny joined the band that really gave us a kick in the a**. It was a different guy there, and everything that came out was positive. After the first tour it seemed like this was the way it’s always been. I’ll hear an old song on the radio and it just sounds so bizarre to me because I’m so used to Johnny singing it.”