SEBASTIAN BACH To Guest On WDHA's 'Absolutely Live'

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has issued the following update:

"I will be ABSOLUTELY LIVE in the studio on WDHA radio's show 'Absolutely Live' on August 10th! I will be playing guest DJ and there is a contest you can enter where the winner gets to come and hang out with me LIVE in the studio on the air! I will be playing music from the new FRAMESHIFT 2 CD, 'An Absence of Empathy', on the air and answering questions from the winner of the contest. So click here to enter and I will see you August 10th at noon at the WDHA studio!!!!!!"

Bach is scheduled to enter the studio this fall to begin recording his new solo CD, tentatively due in January 2006. Songtitles set to appear on the album include "American Metalhead", "Blade" and "Take You Down With Me".


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