Photos Of SEBASTIAN BACH Performing 'Wasted Time' With Swedish Pop Singer Posted Online
Photos of former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach performing the SKID ROW classic "Wasted Time" with the Swedish pop singer Sofia at this past weekend's Sweden Rock Festival have been posted online at BTMRecords.se.
Sofia covered "Wasted Time" on her debut album, "Lifetraveller", out this month on BTM Records.
Regarding being asked by Bach to perform the track with him at Sweden Rock, Sofia said, "This was a real rock 'n' roll moment for me. I would never in my life have imagined that Sebastian would take notice of my version of the track, [let alone invite] me on stage to sing with him. I mean, he is one of the great voices of rock 'n' roll and has fronted one of my favorite bands and played in 'Jesus Christ Superstar' on Broadway. What more could you ask for? Jesus himself… I was just afraid that I would scare him off stage with my voice…"
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