Next year marks the 20th anniversary of Skid Row's self-titled debut. How should we celebrate? ''Watch the video for '18 and Life.' That's exciting,'' the former frontman says. Then pretends to snore. ''F---in' cheese. I am concentrating on '08 not '80.'' Still, he'll share one memory: ''We were playing at some stadium in Mannheim [Germany] with Guns N' Roses and Nine Inch Nails [in '91], and I thought it would be appropriate to dive over the pit and into the throng of 72,000 Germans. I caught a little sweat or moisture on the lip of the stage, and my chin was the only part that made it over the barricade. BOOM. I cracked it open. I finished the set covered in blood. I get to the emergency room later, and they're, like, sewing me up in German. That was one not-so-fun night.''
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On the eve of his appearance on CMT's ''Gone Country 2,'' the rocker walks down memory lane and talks about friendship with Axl, ''Gilmore Girls,'' and playing Jesus