1968 – Born on the 3rd of April, in Freeport, Bahamas, and was raised in Ontario.
1987 – Lived in Canada when he received a demo tape from an unknown New Jersey band in search of a lead singer; the group was Skid Row, formed a year earlier by ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Dave "Snake" Sabo.
1989 – Signing to Atlantic, Skid Row issued its self-titled debut album in this year; an opening slot on Bon Jovi’s U.S. tour, combined with heavy MTV airplay of the video "Youth Gone Wild," launched the band to stardom, and the singles "18 and Life" and "I Remember You" both reached the Top Ten.
1991 – Despite the bad publicity, Skid Row’s second album, Slave to the Grind, debuted at number one, although it quickly fell off the charts.
1995 – Dismissed from the group because of disappointing Subhuman Race, briefly forming a band with ex-Breeder Kelley Deal.
1997 – He’s going to solo and released the album Bring ‘Em Bach Alive. Sebastian Bach is a heavy metal singer, best known as ex-frontman of Skid Row.
2001 – Appeared at New York Steel, a benefit concert in response to 9/11. He engaged something of a showdown with rock & roll comic C.C. Banana.
2002 – Signed to perform in the national touring production of Jesus Christ Superstar and played the role of Jesus successfully in the show until April 2003, when he was fired for alleged diva-like behavior.
2003 – Rumored that Sebastian tried out for Velvet Revolver before the band found Scott Weiland, but was turned down for unknown reasons.
2006 – Appeared on Celebrity Duets singing with Hal Sparks. He apparently was promoting an upcoming tour with Guns N’ Roses. Bach is currently on the road with Guns N’ Roses.