Wildfires are raging in Southern California yet again and like many who call the region home, Sebastian Bach is "losing [his] mind."
Bach's family was just forced to evacuate this week as two fires, the Getty Fire and the Easy Fire, burn the area around Los Angeles. Firefighters have been working around the clock to contain the blazes, but the National Weather Service warned of strong winds Wednesday that would provide even more fuel to the fires.
To make matters worse for Baz, he can't even be at home to cope with his family since he's touring in celebration of the 30th anniversary of his multi-platinum debut album with Skid Row.
"You'll have to excuse me I'm losing my mind," the frontman wrote via Twitter. "My wife and kids just got evacuated out of our house in California. Mandatory evacuations on my street. I have a gig tonight. I am losing my s--t."
But Bach and his family have been through something like this before.
The singer's former home in Lincroft, New Jersey, was condemned after being thoroughly flooded during Hurricane Irene in 2011. After losing the NJ house, Bach and his family moved to California.
After years of trying unsuccessfully to broker a Skid Row reunion, Bach set out to celebrate the band's debut this fall with his solo band. See all of Bach's tour dates here.
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