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Quiet Riot Announce New Tour Dates

  • Axl Rosenberg

Quiet Riot, now featuring 0% members of the original Quiet Riot, have announced a series of live dates for both this year and next.

The group’s current line-up consists of singer Jizzy Pearl (Love/Hate), guitarist Alex Grossi (Beautiful Creatures), bassist Chuck Wright (the longest-running member the band has left) and drummer Johnny Kelly (Type O Negative).

In case it isn’t clear from my opening sentence, I’m of the opinion that this band should have ended the second Frankie Banali passed away last August. Seeing Quiet Riot now would be like seeing the version of Guns N’ Roses that made Chinese Democracy WITHOUT Axl Rose. You’d really have to be a hardcore fan to give a shit.

Hardcore fans, give a shit away:

July 02 – Menaga, Minn. @ Mid-Summer Music Fest [tickets]
July 10 – Austin, Texas @ Private Event [tickets]
July 16 – West Fargo, N.D. @ Red River Valley Fair [tickets]
July 17 – Lancaster, N.Y. @ The Lancaster Speedway [tickets]
July 31 – Wilmington, Ohio @ Rock The Block Festival [tickets]
Aug. 07 – McMinnville, Ore. @ Yamhill County Fair [tickets]
Aug. 26 – Griffith, Ind. @ Avenue 912 [tickets]
Aug. 27 – Des Plaines, Ill. @ Des Plaines Theater [tickets]
Aug. 28 – Milton, Pa. @ SCM Steak Bake [tickets]
Oct. 15 – Reading, Pa. @ Reverb Concert Hall [tickets]
Oct. 23 – Arnolds Park, Iowa @ Roof Garden [tickets]
Oct. 30 – Larchwood, Iowa @ Grand Falls Casino [tickets]
Nov. 06 – Woodford, Va. @ Dominion Raceway [tickets]
March 26, 2022 – Springfield, Mass. @ MA. Mutual Center [tickets]
April 01, 2022 – Auburndale, Fla. @ Clay County Fair w/ Skid Row & Warrant [tickets]


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