I dont know how to title this post.

It's either "The End of an Era" or "Man, do I feel Old".

You see, I heard today that Kevin DuBrow (former lead Singer of Quiet Riot) died today.
(AP News Article)

Quiet Riot's Metal Health was the very first album I bought with my own money, and the Condition Critial Tour was the very first concert I ever attended.

(There is a story to be told about this album and the concert, but I have run out of time. I will catch this post up later)

Many years later I purchased (out of nestalgia) the Quiet Riot Greatest Hits CD.

Kevin, I want to thank you for being a memorable and inspirational introduction to music in my life.
May you rest in peace.

1 comment:

  1. I often wonder what happens to rock bands when their fame runs out. I know in the early 90's Quiet Riot played a concert in a small South Dakota town, close to my school.
    That's a pretty big slide. It's still cool to Feel The Noize though.


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