KEVIN DUBROW: I Would Work With FRANKIE BANALI Tomorrow If Given The Chance

Former QUIET RIOT singer Kevin DuBrow says that he was misquoted in the QCTimes.com interview which attributed the following statement to him: "The gift out of all of this [QUIET RIOT's break-up] is that I don't have to work with any of those people ever again."

In an e-mail sent to BLABBERMOUTH.NET, DuBrow said, "Just dropping you a line to correct the misquote from my Quad Cities interview. What I said was 'The gift out of all of this is that I don’t have to work with that person ever again.' It's important to me that people know that [ex-QUIET RIOT drummer] Frankie Banali is my dearest friend and I'd work with him tomorrow given the chance."

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