What happened between Jon Bon Jovi and Sebastian Bach?

What happened between Jon Bon Jovi and Sebastian Bach?

Jon Bon Jovi threw a punch at Bach, which missed. Team Bon Jovi then corralled Bach in his dressing room and threw him against a wall. “Bon Jovi Senior pointed in my face as I was held against the wall,” Bach writes. “He said, ‘I’ll (blanking) kill you,’ or something like that.”

Was Sebastian Bach kicked out of Skid Row?

Following disagreements over musical material and infuriating Bolan, Bach was fired from the band in 1996. The rift between Bach and the other band members subsequently led to his leaving Skid Row. Four years later, Skid Row was one of the opening acts for the 2000 Kiss Farewell Tour, without Bach.

When did Skid Row go on tour with Bon Jovi?

Bon Jovi famously helped Skid Row get their first record contract, and even took them out as the opening act on their 1988-1989 New Jersey Syndicate tour.

Who opened for Bon Jovi in 1989?

In 1989 Bon Jovi hit the road in support of its fourth studio album, “New Jersey,” which featured hits Lay Your Hands on Me, Bad Medicine and I’ll Be There for You. Joining them on the tour were fellow New Jersey rockers Skid Row.

Who did Skid Row open for in 1989?

The band promoted Skid Row mainly as an opening act on worldwide tours by Bon Jovi and Aerosmith in 1989–1990. The album peaked at number six on the Billboard 200 and was certified 5× platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 1995 for shipping five million copies in the United States.

Why did Sebastian Bach leave Skid Row?

Eventually, Bach left the band in late 1996 after an argument with Bolan who turned down an opening slot on the Kiss reunion tour even though Bach had already booked it. The other band members told Bach that Skid Row was too big to be an opening act and that they were not going to do the show.