Bach Off

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Ladies of the rock and roll jury, it is official! The theatrically outrageous, wildly handsome, and multi-talented master of the stage, Sebastian Bach, is OFF THE MARKET!

Just two weeks ago, on August 22, 2015, the former frontman of Skid Row, reality TV star, and Broadway actor exchanged vows, said I do, and sealed the deal with a smooch with his darling 29-year-old fiancé Suzanne Le. Both the bachelor/bachelorette party and wedding ceremony and reception were held at the RockBar Theater in San Jose, CA.

The couple spent the weekend at the luxurious Cupertino Inn, just minutes away from the venue, with a handful of their closest friends, such as the “Iceman” himself (Chuck Lidell), David Draiman of Disturbed, Davy Vain of Vain, Brett Scallions of Fuel, and their parents and children.

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Sebastian is father of 2 boys and 1 girl, while Suzanne is mother of 2 boys. “We are just one short of a six pack!” says Le.

The giant celebration, which was appropriately titled “Sebastian Bach & Suzanne Le’s Rock & Roll Wedding Extravaganza” was open to the public at $175.00 a ticket. The avid Skid Row/Bach fans were separated from the wedding party by a velvet rope, which still allowed them to enjoy the elements of both the bachelor/bachelorette party on Friday (August 21), and the wedding reception on Saturday.

The extravaganza was complete with a red carpet, Vegas showgirls, circus performers, can-can dancers, a giant mechanical dinosaur, elegantly dressed women handing out complimentary glasses of champagne, and a special headlining performance by Destroyer, a popular KISS tribute band from San Francisco. Bach even joined the band on stage for an impromptu set.

Once the cake was cut, and the garter was skillfully stripped, and the bouquet was tossed, Bach and Le had their first dance in front of the stage to Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.”

Whew! After such an eventful weekend filled with happy faces and even happier hearts, we think it’s safe to say that Sebastian Bach is totally and completely off the market!

Sorry, ladies! Has Bret Michaels found his soulmate yet?

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