Former SKID ROW Frontman Collaborates With KISS' ACE FREHLEY

April 19, 2002

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has collaborated with KISS guitarist Ace Frehley on a song for the forthcoming solo CD from drummer Anton Fig. Says Bach: “This blows my mind, but it is in fact TRUE! I have recorded a song with my all-time rock hero Ace Frehley! The track is called 'Know Where You Go' & is on the Anton Fig solo CD, available now! As you know, Ace introduced me to Anton years ago & Anton has always been one of my favorite drummers , so we struck up a friendship & Anton laid down the drum tracks on the studio tunes from Bring 'Em Bach Alive! & some tunes on Bach 2: Basics as well. So Anton called me up to wail on his song with Ace on the guitar, Anton on the kit, & Richie Scarlet on bass! What a dream come true!”

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