KEEL Frontman To Pay Tribute To Late QUIET RIOT Singer

December 4, 2007

Ron Keel of the '80s metal band KEEL will talk about his late friend, Kevin DuBrow of QUIET RIOT, during an appearance on "Radio Reality Check" this Thursday, December 6 at 8:00 p.m. PST / 11:00 p.m. ESP. The two-hour program will also include songs from QUIET RIOT and other great rock music of the era.

QUIET RIOT and Kevin DuBrow fans can chat live with each other during the show. The "Radio Reality Check" hosts will also take the listeners' phone calls live on the air.

To listen to the show, visit

DuBrow was found dead on November 25 at his Las Vegas home. Foul play has been ruled out, with police calling the death "accidental."

DuBrow rose to fame in 1983 with QUIET RIOT's chart-topping album "Metal Health" and smash single "Cum On Feel The Noize".

A funeral service for DuBrow was held Sunday (December 2) in Corona del Mar, California, where DuBrow was buried next to his father.

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