Former QUIET RIOT Singer To Embark On First-Ever Solo Tour

Former QUIET RIOT vocalist Kevin DuBrow will embark on his first-ever solo tour later this week. He will be performing all the QUIET RIOT classics and songs from his soon-to-be-released CD. He will be on tour all through the summer in support of his upcoming solo album, titled "In For The Kill", coming out on Shrapnel Records in May. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 09 - Caledonia, OH - The Wet Spot
Apr. 10 - Girard, OH - The Dome
Apr. 22 - Hudson, WI - Dibbo's
Apr. 23 - Hurley, WI - Studio To The Stars
Apr. 24 - Lake Lillian, MN - Horseshoe Bar
Apr. 30 - Watertown, NY - Club 342
May 01 - Buffalo, NY - Rock And Roll Heaven
May 20 - Worcester, MA - Lucky Dog Music Hall
May 21 - Orange/New Haven, CT - Corner Pocket
May 22 - Springfield, MA - TBA
May 23 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theater


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