RUDY SARZO: KEVIN DUBROW 'Was A True Rock 'N' Roll Fan'

Greg Prato of Billboard.com recently spoke to bassist Rudy Sarzo (DIO, ex-QUIET RIOT, OZZY OSBOURNE, WHITESNAKE) about the death of his former bandmate, QUIET RIOT vocalist Kevin Dubrow.

Despite some turbulence in their friendship, Sarzo remembers the singer fondly. "Kevin always enjoyed life — he enjoyed partying and everything that rock'n'roll brought," he says. "He had the scream that kicked open the door for the generation of early '80s metal. I've been getting a lot of condolences, and everybody has one thing in common — the influence of that 'Metal Health' record. [It] just inspired a whole generation. He was a true rock'n'roll fan."

Read the entire article at Billboard.com.

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