Many may connect the achievements of Sebastian Bach to his days as a lead vocalist of 'Skid Row', but he has also gained so much more since his separation from the band. Soon after his departure in 1996, he formed the band 'The Last Hard Men,' released his first solo album 'Bring 'Em Bach Alive!' in 1999, and did pretty well on Broadway performances.
While most of his contemporaries may have been making their retirement plans by now, the 51-year-old shows no sign of quitting. He toured to perform Skid Row's debut album in 2019 to mark its 30th anniversary of the release, and now he is working on releasing his fourth solo album.
With his involvement in the music industry for a long time, Sebastian's surely collected some fine greens in his bank account from his career. Let's take a look at exactly how much he's made throughout the years.
It certainly does not come as a surprise for the fact that the heavy metal artist has got some millions in his bank account. As of March 2020, Sebastian Bach holds an estimated net worth of $15 million. Of course, he did not make this amount from a single source; it is the accumulation of his hard work over the years in 'Skid Row', his solo music career (tours and album sales), and Broadway.
Sebastian Bach possesses an estimated net worth of $15 million.
After his 'Skid Row' bandmates fired him from the group, he did not get discouraged. His inner motivation encouraged him to form a band of his own, and so he created 'The Last Hard Men' in 1996. He was able to gather 'Frogs' guitarist Jimmy Flemion, 'Breeders' lead guitarist Kelley Deal, and 'Smashing Pumpkins' drummer Jimmy Chamberlin, and started making music and selling them.
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Later, Sebastian released his debut solo album 'Bring 'Em Bach Alive!' in 1999. Since then, with combined involvement in the Broadway and solo music career, he's been able to continue his journey in the music industry.
Sebastian Bach's home in Lincroft, New Jersey, was damaged by Hurricane Irene in August 2011. He lost master reels of Skid Row recordings and collection of KISS memorabilia to the disaster, and also property loss of $85,000. He sold the house in 2016 for $272,500, $85,000 less than the amount with which he bought the house in 1988.
Sebastian's New Jersey house was damaged by Hurricane Irene in 2011.
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Sebastian's bad luck was not leaving him eight years later either, as the California wildfires had his family evacuate his home in Los Angeles. He was worried about the situation and had tweeted about the incident on October 30, 2019.
Fortunately, the fire is contained now, and we hope Sebastian has returned his family back to the house.
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