New Skid Row singer ‘had no idea’ how to record his vocals

New Skid Row singer Erik Gronwall hasn’t told his new bandmates he doesn’t know how to run his home studio to record vocals for their upcoming album The gang is here.

He followed his parts without ever meeting the rest of the band and only revealed his secret when they got together for rehearsals ahead of his first appearances in Las Vegas in March.

“I recorded 80% of the vocals for the new Skid Row album right here in my little studio at home, never meeting the guys in the band or the producer,” Gronwall said on Facebook. “I had never checked in before, and the little experience I had was thanks to [my] Youtube channel.”

He added: “Of course I didn’t tell the band and our producer Nick Raskulinecz that I had no experience. I spent a lot of time on the phone with my buddy Jona Tee who helped me, and I watched a lot of YouTube videos to figure it out. When I met the guys in Vegas and officially became the singer, I told Rachel Bolan about it and he basically said, “I’m so glad you didn’t tell me sooner. ” I had no idea what I was doing, but I understood and the album will be released on October 14! Gronwall said that “if you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.”

Bolan recently revealed that Skid Row first started thinking about Gronwall four years ago while touring with his band at the time, HEAT. ‘Dude, listen to this guy sing. He’s phenomenal,” the bassist said. “Then I went several times behind the monitor. …I’m like, ‘Wow, when Skid Row has some downtime, I’m going to get in touch with this guy and start a side project with him.’

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