SKID ROW announce first official live Album and Concert Film „Live in London“ at war music – available everywhere from September 20th! Live clip „Slave to the Grind“ is now released!

Welcome to the first live album that was an incredible 35 years in the making! On October 24, 2022, SKID ROW took to the stage of London’s 02 Forum Kentish Town and recorded their first official live album plus concert film, „Skid Row – Live in London“, capturing unforgettable performances of their timeless classics such as „18 and Life“, „Monkey Business“ and „I Remember You“, as well as new fan favorites such as „Time Bomb“ and „Tear It Down“ from the much-loved Nick Raskulinecz-produced album „The Gang’s All Here“.

A dream come true for the band and their fans – in the heart of the city that so inspired them.

„As teenagers, we dreamed of playing venues like the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ and CBGBs in New York City… our dreams got bigger and London came to the forefront. We imagined one day performing in the city where so many of our favorite bands came from.“- SKID ROW

Skid Row crossed the Atlantic and were met by a passionate audience eager to experience the power of a band dedicated to rock ’n‘ roll – past, present and future. „Live In London“ is a classic live album from a band that continues to innovate, grow and thrill audiences worldwide.

The opening song „Slave to the Grind“ was chosen as the first single and video. From the moment the band takes the stage, the energy is undeniable. And it only gets more intense from there. „Live In London“ is the live album that Skid Row fans – both old and new – have been waiting for for over 35 years… and this show, right now, is exactly what they delivered.



„London has always been a second home to us. We’re very excited that we’ve finally been able to capture a live show on video for the rest of the world to see.“- Rachel Bolan

„Something special happened after the release of ‚The Gangs All Here‘ album. This album captures the moment perfectly. Thank you, London! You always deliver!“ – SNAKE