BIOGRAPHYSkid Row is an American hard rock and heavy metal band, formed in 1986 in Toms River New Jersey. They were very successful in the late1980s and early 1990s, with their first three multi-platinum albums.
CONSISTED the band consisted of Sebastian Bach (vocals), Dave "TheSnake" Sabo (guitar), Scotti Hill (guitar), Rachel Bolan (bass) and Rob Affuso (drums)
NEW CONSISTEDAs of 2010, the band consists of Sabo, Hill, Bolan, Johnny Solinger (vocals), and Rob Hammersmith (drums). At the end of 1996 the band had sold 20 million albums worldwide.
ALBUMSSlave to the Grind (1991-1992) with the album spanning the hits "Monkey Business" and "Wasted Time". Skid Row once again went out on a worldwide tour which lasted over a year.
B-Side Ourselves, Subhuman Race (1992-1998) Before a third album could be recorded, Skid Row took an extended hiatus in 1993, following the Slave to the Grind tour and the release of the EP, B-Side Ourselves, in September 1992.
The New Skid Row and Thick skin (1999-2004)Skid Row released their fourth full-length studio album, Thick skin, in 2003, which was their first album to feature Solinger and their first studio album in 8 years. In 2004, Dave Gara came on as drummer.
Revolutions per Minute and the future (2005-present) The fifth Skid Row album, Revolutions per Minute, was released on October 24, 2006 through SPV Records. Michael Wagener reunited with Skid Row and became their producer for this album. The end In 2007 the band recorded Jingle Bells for a Monster Ballads Christmas album.
In October 2011, Skid Row accompanied KISS on the first ever KISS Kruise. The cruise lasted 5 days and visited Nassau Bahamas and Half Moon Cay. The cruise also featured upcoming bands The Envy and Bad City.
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