Rudy Sarzo Supports Quiet Riot’s Decision To Continue Without Kevin DuBrow
January 31, 2011
Episode 337 of the Talking Metal podcast contains an interview host Mark Strigl conducted with legendary bassist Rudy Sarzo. Interview topics include Rudy’s book Off the Rails, Bruce Kulick, Tim Ripper Owens, Ronnie James Dio, Whitesnake, Quiet Riot, Fred Norris from the Howard Stern show, Randy Rhoads’ plan to do a third studio album with Ozzy, Sharon Osbourne, Vivien Vain, The Who, and Queen.
In the interview Rudy commented, “I completely support Frankie Banali’s decsion to continue Quiet Riot without Kevin Dubrow. It is basically the same band that was Quiet Riot before Kevin passed away. I think it is very important to carry on the spirit of Quiet Riot, the music lives on forever.” Additional podcast topics covered by Strigl and John Ostronomy include Jersey City, Derek Sivers, Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp, and Gamma Ray.
Listen to the entire Talking Metal interview with Rudy Sarzo at www.talkingmetal.com.