QUIET RIOT Frontman Seeks Original Video Footage

QUIET RIOT frontman Kevin Dubrow has sent out the following message:

"In the course of compiling material for a QUIET RIOT/Randy Rhoads DVD, it seems that in 1999 when I gave VH-1 7 of the 3/4'' video masters of QUIET RIOT from the Starwood and the Whisky they were never returned to us. They seem to be on the black market in inferior DVD form for sale. I need the original tapes. I already have the original 20 minutes of Super 8 sound movies from The Chili cookoff, Glendale Collage and more. Any information leading to the safe return of these other videos would be appreciated. No questions asked. Some sort of reward could be available.

"Here's what's missing:

01. 3/4" E.Mstr - Starwood 10/78
02. 3/4" E.Mstr - Whiskey 6/79
03. 3/4" E.Mstr - " " "
04. 3/4" E.Mstr - Starwood 10/79
05. 3/4" E.Mstr - Backstage Interview
06. 3/4" Mini-KCRA Sacramento 5/79
07. 3/4" "Cadillac" Guitar Solo

Kevin can be reached through [email protected]


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