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The guy who played the skipper

The glossy pictures in Hit Parader magazine show the drummer using black-and-white-striped drumsticks, and Kevin DuBrow’s mic stand is striped black-and-white too.  The white pvc pipe of the first nunchucks look a little plain next to the new ones made of whittled wood. 675 more words


Bang Your Head With the Left

My conservative friends and I become more and more baffled every day at the logic-defying behavior and attitudes of our leftist brethren.

Today’s news features yet another protest march – ostensibly inspired by school kids, but in reality organized, funded and scripted by hard left political organizations, and super-hyped by their allies in the news media. 502 more words


Watch Footage Of Fozzy Covering AC/DC's "T.N.T." With Phil Demmel (Machine Head) & James Durbin (Quiet Riot) In San Francisco, CA

During Fozzy’s March 13 show at Slim’s in San Francisco, CA, the band were joined onstage by Phil Demmel (Machine Head) and James Durbin (Quiet Riot). 53 more words


REVIEW: Dizzy Reed - Rock 'N' Roll Ain't Easy

Guns N’ Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed is soon to release his debut solo album Rock ‘n’ Roll Ain’t Easy – twelve tracks of Reed plus a ton of fellow rockers! 418 more words


Rudy Sarzo: 'I am a big supporter of what Frankie Benelli is doing with Quiet Riot'

Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Former Quiet Riot, Ozzy, Whitesnake Bassist Rudy Sarzo at the Sims Guitar Works Booth at NAMM 2018… 258 more words

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Kevin DuBrow - 2004 Interview

 November of 2017 marked 10 years since Kevin DuBrow’s passing. This was an interview I did with him in 2004 to promote the release of his solo album “In For The Kill”. 3,030 more words

Album review: Quiet Riot, Metal Health (1983)


By Steve Newton

Dedicated to the memory of Randy Rhoads, the first album by his former band is one heavy chunk of vinyl. 115 more words

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