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Quiet Riot was one of the initial metal bands on the scene to make it into regular radio play. Generation after generation bangs their head to hits like “Cum on Feel the Noize.” Purchase Quiet Riot concert tickets now.
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Quiet Riot Concert Tickets

Many music pundits describe the Los Angeles quartet Quiet Riot as the first heavy metal band to reach the height of mainstream success. Though their first two self-titled albums brought them little notoriety in the United States, the release of their 1983 album Metal Health skyrocketed them into status as a rock phenomenon. The album quickly went platinum five times, driven by timeless favorites like “Cum on Feel the Noize.” Metal Health has sold over ten million records worldwide. Quiet Riot is often grouped with bands such as Black Sabbath, Van Halen, Slaughter, Ratt and Poison. Quiet Riot tickets will undoubtedly get listeners to feel the noise.

Quiet Riot has seen a wide variety of lineups throughout their long history, mostly focused around vocalist Kevin DuBrow and percussionist Frankie Banali. Though the band has broken up several times and gone by a number of alternative names, Quiet Riot has performed for over 30 years. Tragically, lead singer Kevin Dubrow passed away in 2007, but under the leadership of veteran bandmate Frankie Banali Quiet Riot continues rocking in his honor.