According to the Orlando Sentinel, QUIET RIOT will headline the 11th annual Leesburg Bikefest on April 28 in Leesburg, Florida. Also scheduled to appear are honky-tonk country-music favorites CONFEDERATE RAILROAD, along with TERRANCE SIMIEN AND THE ZYDECO EXPERIENCE and the MONSTERS IN THE MORNING.
QUIET RIOT's four-song performance on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline", recorded on January 10, 2007 at the "Rockline" studios in Los Angeles, California, has been made available for download at this location. The tracks played were as follows:
01. Free (4:10)
02. South of Heaven (6:08)
03. Old Habits Die Hard (5:50)
04. Strange Daze (4:11)
The group's lineup for the performance was:
Kevin DuBrow - Vocals
Frankie Banali - Drums
Alex Grossi - Guitar
Chuck Wright - Bass
Neil Citron - Guest Guitar
QUIET RIOT's latest album, "Rehab", was issued in the United States in early October via Chavis Records. The European release was handled by the U.K.-based Demolition Records.
For the new recordings, DuBrow and Banali were joined by Tony Franklin on bass (ex-THE FIRM and BLUE MURDER), session guitarist Citron, and the voice of rock, Glenn Hughes (ex-DEEP PURPLE and BLACK SABBATH), who performed a vocal duet with DuBrow on the classic 1969 SPOOKY TOOTH song "Evil Woman" and also contributed the bass track for that song as well.
DuBrow and Banali recently reunited with Alex Grossi and Chuck Wright (bass) to tour worldwide in support of the "Rehab" release.