HELIX Singer Pays Tribute To KEVIN DUBROW

Vocalist Brian Vollmer of the Canadian hard rockers HELIX has posted the following message on the band's web site:

"Last Sunday [Nov. 25] lead singer of QUIET RIOT, Kevin DuBrow, was found dead at his home. We would like to express our condolences to his family.

"As most of you know, we toured with QUIET RIOT and WHITESNAKE in the summer of 1984 through 20,000 seat halls all across the United States. I became friends with Kevin during that tour, and two years ago we met up again at a festival we were playing together.

"This week John Hockley came to Planet Helix and we went through the archives to pick out some of my Super 8 home movie footage I had of that tour as well as a couple of clips that I filmed with my Sony cam the last time I saw Kevin and Frankie."

Check out the footage below.


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