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Kevin DuBrow the voice of Quiet Riot is silent R.I.P.

Kevin DuBrow the voice of Quiet Riot silenced R.I.P.

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The voice of Quiet Riot Kevin DuBrow is silent!

1955-2007 R.I.P.

 

Updated: Frankie Banali has issued the following statement via his own site.



"I can’t even find words to say. Please respect my privacy as I mourn the passing and honor the memory of my dearest friend Kevin DuBrow."

Frankie Banali

We’ve pulled up the links for all of Kevin’s interviews on Sludge below. Go read these, they are great. He is so open and honest.

Kevin DuBrow “Back-4-More” from January 2005 with Metal Sludge is HEREThe “3-Wind” from  August 2003 is HERE and his “Re-Wind” from July 2001 is HERE.

Lastly, his first interview with Metal Sludge in July of 2000 “20 Questions” with Kevin DuBrow is HERE!

Dude! C’mon, tell me I’m not writing this. Fuck! Such a great guy. I don’t know what else to say! I’m calling your cell phone and get your voice mail but it’s full. This can’t be true…

Thanks for all the great years Kevin.  You will be surely missed my friend.

A link HERE for a Las Vegas based site (Las Vegas Eye) is reporting he has passed away. The post is pasted below.

I am sad to have to report the passing of one of my closests friends, Kevin DuBrow.   DuBrows body was found by friends, on Sunday in his Las Vegas home. Dubrow recently spent a birthday weekend in New Orleans where he ate great food and even caught The Cult at The House of Blues.  Kevin loved fine foods and was a true gourmet at heart.   Kevin was a true Las Vegas icon and could be spotted eating nightly at any of his favorite Vegas  eateries like Carlucci’s, Simons Kitchen, The Palm or Messa  Grill.  DubBrow grew up in Hollywood, California, before settling in the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys at age 13. By the time he was in his mid-teens he had developed an appreciation for a number of British rock acts including the Small Faces, Spooky Tooth, Rod Stewart and Humble Pie. It was the latter of those influences that would leave the biggest impact on DuBrow and act as a compass in his musical career.

Wikipedia.com for Kevin DuBrow already has his death date as 11-25-2007.

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