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A First Look At The New Quiet Riot Fronted By Jizzy Pearl Hits Youtube With "Come On Feel The Noise"





A First Look At The New Quiet Riot Fronted By Jizzy Pearl Hits Youtube With “Come On Feel The Noise”

New Years Eve — After a very short turn around working in their sixth career singer the new line up of Quiet Riot has made its debut. The band performed its very first show together on New Years Eve with new frontman Jizzy Pearl.

It was only 5 weeks ago in late November of 2013 that long standing drummer Frankie Banali announced the band had yet another new voice. Pearl is the bands 4th singer to front the group since their come back started  in September 2010.

The band disbanded for 3 years from 2007-2010 following the untimely death of the groups life long cheerleader Kevin DuBrow in November 2007. DuBrow had an unmistakable voice and personality that will likely never be matched again.

The following is from the Quiet Riot wikipedia.



On December 10, 2007, media reports confirmed that DuBrow was pronounced dead on November 25, 2007, and was later determined to have died of a cocaine overdose approximately six days earlier.

On January 14, 2008, Banali issued the following statement via his website regarding the future of Quiet Riot:

“I have been approached to see if I would be interested in contacting Rudy Sarzo and Carlos Cavazo and to audition singers for Quiet Riot. I have also been approached to see if I would be interested in contacting and reforming the version of Quiet Riot that included Paul Shortino, Carlos Cavazo and Sean McNabb. Let me make this very simple and perfectly clear. While I am still actively involved in the business interests of Quiet Riot and will continue in that capacity, I reject any and all suggestions to have Quiet Riot continue as a live performing entity. My friendship, love and respect for Kevin DuBrow as well as my personal love and affection for Kevin’s mother and his family makes it inconceivable for me to ever entertain any ovation to reform or to continue Quiet Riot. Kevin was too important to go on without him. It would also be a disrespect to the fans who have supported Quiet Riot for nearly 25 years. I thank everyone for the wonderful and sometimes unpredictable adventure that I was able to share as a member of Quiet Riot. The only regret that I have is the loss of Kevin. May he rest in peace. I now begin life after Quiet Riot.”

Frankie Banali



Quiet Riot rocked into 2014 with a show in Flagstaff Arizona. Below are the very first video clips to hit the internet.

Check out “Come On Feel The Noise” and a guitar solo by Alex Grossi.

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