Sebastian Bach and Personal LifeBorn in The Bahamas and raised in Peterborough, Ontario, having full name Sebastian Philip Bierk, he is more famously known as Sebastian Bach. Achieving success as a front man of the Skid Row between 1987 and 1996, he is a Canadian heavy metal singer. Bach lived in Red Bank, New Jersey at one time. The latter was declared inhabitable as it was damaged by Hurricane Irene in August 2011. During the hurricane, in his house were Skid Row artifacts and several Kiss along with some master tapes but luckily none of it were damaged, and the latter were salvaged along with the Kiss gargoyles and his father's arts and comic books. In the mid-1980s, he started dating Maria Aquinar and in 1988, they had a son. In 1992, the couple decided to get married and had another son in 1994 and in 2007 they had their third child which was a girl. Aquinar and Bach got divorced in September 2010. In the same year, he started dating the model Minnie Gupta, consequently getting engaged in 2012, however in 2014, they ended things. After having dated for two months, he got engaged to Suzanne Le in August 2015, the two got married and are now residing in Los Angeles, California.
Career of Sebastian BachBach was part of the Kid Wikkid during the years 1983 to 1985 and the members were all based in Ontario. 14-year-old Bach who was unaware of their ages, auditioned for the group and was later hired as a band leader and guitar player by Jason Delorme. In the mid-1980s, the Skid Row was initially formed along with lead singer Matt Fallon. Leaving Skid Row without a singer, in 1987, Fallon would soon leave the band without a singer. Around the same time in photographer Mark Weiss's wedding, Bach was spotted by the parents of Jon Bon Jovi who then suggested that Bach had a try out for their son's friend's band (Dave Sabo). Although he was wary of joining another band based in the USA due to his negative experience with Madam X, he flew to New Jersey upon hearing their demo tapes and in early 1987, they asked him to join in. Back had some disagreements with the band in 1996 which prompted them to go separate ways.
Right after leaving them, in 1996, he formed The Last Hard Men along with Breeders lead guitarist Kelley Deal, Frogs guitarist Jimmy Flemion and Jimmy Chamberlin who was the drummer of the Smashing Pumpkins. Although opting not to release it, the group did record a full length eponymous album for Atlantic Records. With no fanfare and very limited pressing of only 1,000 CDs, in 1998 it was released on Kelley Deal's label, Nice Records.