Ex-QUIET RIOT, LOVE/HATE Members Involved In Road Accident

Several members of HOOKERS 'N' BLOW — the band featuring GUNS N' ROSES keyboardist Dizzy Reed, guitarist Alex Grossi (ex-QUIET RIOT, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES), drummer Troy Patrick Farrell (WHITE LION), and bassist Scottie Griffin (LIARS AND CHEATS) — were involved in a road accident over the weekend. Grossi and Griffin suffered rib injuries, while singer Jizzy Pearl (LOVE/HATE, RATT) escaped with minor bruising despite not wearing a seatbelt.

Dizzy Reed has told Splat about the incident, "I am very thankful all of my friends and associates are alive and survived this terrible crash with really only miinor injuries. My words of wisdom are simple: as I would have told the drunk moron who plowed in to their van and almost killed my friends: Don't fucking drink and drive under any circumstances."

Jizzy Pearl's description of the accident can be found on his official web site.


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