Sebastian Bach

From the very beginning, the self-proclaimed "youth gone wild," Sebastian Bach, with his lanky frame, long flowing blonde hair and ear-piercing wail, was among those who personified the '80s rock 'n roll singer. As vocalist for the "hair-metal" band, Skid Row, he made a name for himself as the sometimes impulsive and reckless frontman before Nirvana single-handedly defeated the genre in 1991 - only two years after Skid Row's recording debut. But where his peers simply became relics of a decade of big-haired excess, Bach seized the opportunity to transform himself into a more versatile performer. In a surreal turn of events, while the rest of his metal-head comrades were watching their fortunes fade, Bach found himself moving from Skid Row to a much better address on Broadway.