Bassist SEAN MCNABB To Rejoin QUIET RIOT For Salt Lake City Concert

According to a posting on QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali's web site, former QUIET RIOT bassist Sean McNabb will be joining the band for their November 29 performance at University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah, temporarily replacing regular bass player Chuck Wright. Also appearing on the bill will be SKID ROW. Check out a poster for the show at this location.

QUIET RIOT frontman Kevin DuBrow revealed earlier in the week that he has been collaborating with legendary vocalist Glenn Hughes (DEEP PURPLE, BLACK SABBATH) on the melodies and lyrics for the new QUIET RIOT album, to be recorded at a Los Angeles studio in January 2006. A late spring/early summer release is expected.

QUIET RIOT's current lineup includes DuBrow, Banali, Wright and Alex Grossi (guitar).


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