Dahmer of Detroit's 106.7 The D radio station sat down with all five members of SKID ROW this past weekend and spoke to them about what it is like touring today compared to touring 20 years ago. He also asked them if they had to be handcuffed to one member of TESLA for one year...who would it be? You can watch the chat below.
SKID ROW's latest CD, "Revolutions Per Minute", was released on October 24, 2006 via SPV Records.
The band' bassist Rachel Bolan previously told Times-Standard.com about SKID ROW's forthcoming sixth album, "I think the next record, as far as what [guitarist Dave] Snake [Sabo] and I are writing, is going back to what people would expect from SKID ROW. We're looking forward to it."
SKID ROW in 2010 parted ways with drummer Dave Gara and replaced him with Atlanta native Rob Hammersmith.
Rob spent many years touring and recording with Atlanta-based rockers ROCKETS TO RUIN and has performed with GUNFIRE 76, the band featuring MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13.
Photo credit: Fran Strine
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