QUIET RIOT Bassist Offers Update On Recent Activities

December 20, 2004

QUIET RIOT bassist Chuck Wright has posted the following message on his official web site:

"Early October I hit the road with Steven Adler from GUNS N' ROSES and his ultimate party band. I also spent a good portion of October working on art-related projects, one of which was for a female vocalist named Stefana. It was another collaboration with photographer Jim Steinfeldt, who also worked on the Matt Sorum CD package with me. I also did a package for blues singer/guitarist Calvin Russell. November — the show with QUIET RIOT in Monterrey Mexico was amazing — over 12,000 screaming, singing rock fans. It was the best show of the year for me, performance-wise. I was back in the studio with producer Bob Kulick doing a song for Michael Schenker's new solo album. I also completed all the tracks, photography and art work for a new act called 'Belly Of The Boom'. Coming up — QUIET RIOT will perform on December 31 for a special New Year's Eve event at the Firehouse Cue in Gaithersberg, Maryland."

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