'SuperGroup' Stars To Guest On MSNBC-TV's 'Rita Cosby Live & Direct'

Sebastian Bach (ex-SKID ROW), Scott Ian (ANTHRAX) and Evan Seinfeld (BIOHAZARD) will be appearing on MSNBC-TV's "Rita Cosby Live & Direct" next week. "I will be joining the show live in the Seacaucus, NJ studio while Scott and Evan will be talking to us via satellite from L.A.," says Bach. The exact date for the appearance has yet to be announced.

Ian, Bach, Seinfeld, Ted Nugent and Jason Bonham (BONHAM, UFO, FOREIGNER) are the stars of the "SuperGroup" program, which premiered on May 21 on VH1. Filming for the program commenced on February 22, with the premise being to lock several musicians in a house for 10 days and get them to write and record some new original music. In addition to the five musicians, star manager Doc McGhee (KISS) was in charge for the duration of filming/recording. The all-star band — dubbed DAMNOCRACY — also performed a headlining set at the Empire Ballroom in Las Vegas on March 5.


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