As reported last week, Skid Row has split with their singer of the last 14 years, Johnny Solinger. Founding member Snake Sabo said, “We had a lot of great times together and created a lot of great music. We wish him nothing but the best.” Co-founder Rachel Bolan added, “Sometimes things just end. People go in different directions and grow apart and you have to make a decision. He will always be our brother.”
The band wasted no time filling the slot, hiring TNT vocalist Tony Harnell. “Tony’s experience, power and undeniable range made our decision an easy one,” commented guitarist Scotti Hill. Drummer Rob Hammersmith added, “I believe this will be a great year for SKID ROW. I’m looking forward for things to come.”
The band is already trying to silence the critics by releasing a brand new version of “18 And Life”, recorded with new singer Harnell. Download the song for free at www.skidrow.com. Check it out and let us know what you think.
The band will head into the studio to record the third chapter of the United World Rebellion trilogy this summer. They will also hit the road for another world tour in support.