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And more than that, that all this time matters, that time is something we have to make the most of when we have it, because then it’s gone. Number one more than that, you got married to the love of your life and you found real happiness and someone to share all of this crazy stuff with.”What’s really weird is I think I like this version of Sebastian Bach—who talks about how writing and doing interviews is “kind of like therapy, about my innermost thoughts and my most real truths about how I became what I became,” who has the hair of a young man but the face of one who has lived (he’s never had any work done, not even Botox, , he says)—more than I ever cared about the twentysomething hottie.
“Way to go, dude,” he says when I ask what he’d tell his younger self. It’s not just that I’m old now, too, or maybe it is.
Sebastian Bach: I’m a fan of rock ’n’ roll autobiographies. I speak to the guitar player Scotti [Hill] and the drummer [Rob Affuso]. [Laughs] I think if Guns N’ Roses and Hep Alien can get back together, we can too. SB: My favorite Gilmore Girls memory was when the lead singer of Rush, Geddy Lee, came to the set with his daughter.
But when I go to the bookstore, there’s nothing on Skid Row. We let other outside forces affect us that maybe if we would have taken a break, we could have cleared our heads and not broken up the band. I’m the biggest Rush fan in the world and I couldn’t believe it. Did you ever ask creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, “Can we do ‘18 and Life’? When we did that shoot, the director, Dan Palladino, was like, “Hey, do you want to do a key lower because it’s Gwen Stefani and you’re a dude?
Whether in Chile, Argentina or even the Amazon rain forest, “it blows my mind that people know the words to my songs,” Bach, 48, tells Us Weekly. Whenever I’m anywhere in the world and I get to the hotel, I can find Gilmore Girls on the TV.” Bach is exceedingly fluent in both.I was ordering them around saying, “No, you can’t watch TV now! Then Bach strides in, an imposing figure with that mane of hair and tight red zipper-laden pants tucked into cowboy boots. In part, it’s recognition, as with a long-lost friend. (Sebastian Bach loves high-fives; I get at least two, and a fist-bump, in the span of the interview.) Even the maître d', who had been politely annoyed at my insistence on a quiet table, melts at the sight of Bach, smiling genuinely as he shows us to a booth in the back.“I really got into this business because I love to make stuff.I live for that feeling.” Which is why a former rock idol would deign to do stints on Broadway, or play a long-in-the-tooth musician jamming with a bunch of teens on a popular TV show.
No, they’ve all got kick-ass long fucking hair, lying in the street.