QUIET RIOT's BANALI Reaches Out To Ex-GREAT WHITE Drummer
Former QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali has posted the following message on the band's web site:
"I've just heard the terrible news of [ex-GREAT WHITE drummer] Audie Desbrow's loss [of his home] due to the Southern California fires. I have no way of knowing how to reach him, but if you do, please provide me with that information or he can reach me here ([email protected]).
"I will be happy to immediately provide him with one of my drum sets, cymbals, hardware and anything else that may be of help for as long as he may need it.
"The fires were quarter of a mile from my own home and I am grateful that we were spared but so sorry to hear of his loss as well as so many others."
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