Quiet Riot names 4th new vocalist since death of Kevin DuBrow. Ladies & Gentleman welcome aboard Jizzy Pearl.
Jizzy Pearl of Love/Hate and formerly of L.A. Guns & Ratt
From the bands Wikipedia
Despite his previous insistence that Quiet Riot could never return as a live performing entity, Banali announced a new version of Quiet Riot in September 2010 with himself on drums, Chuck Wright on bass, Alex Grossi on guitar, and newcomer Mark Huff (formerly of the Van Halen tribute band 5150) on vocals.The band has sought the blessings of the DuBrow family, and DuBrow’s mother encouraged Banali to revive the band.In July 2011, this lineup toured Germany as support for Slayer and Accept.
On January 12, 2012, whilst Huff was awaiting brain surgery,Quiet Riot released a statement, announcing that they had parted ways with Huff, and they were replacing him for upcoming dates with Keith St. John (formerly of Montrose).Huff found out about his firing online. In March 2012, Banali hired new unknown vocalist Scott Vokoun as the third Quiet Riot singer in a year and a half.
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