Rudy Sarzo

RUDY SARZO On QUIET RIOT Tour - "My Mission Is To Celebrate The Legacy And Memory Of My Band Mates"

Jimmy Kay and Alan Dixon from The Metal Voice spoke to legendary bassist Rudy Sarzo about his longstanding history and return to Quiet Riot. About his return to the band: “The main reason why I am back in the band is because Frankie Banali invited me. Frankie asked me before he passed away to return to the band. My best friend asked me to do something, so I needed to honour Frankie. I needed to be that guy on stage who honored the legacy and the memory of the band members who have passed. This is the first time that I actually leave the house to go on the road every weekend. We are booked solid through the rest of the year every single week. But now I leave with a mission. I'm not going out there just to play a bunch of songs and whatever financial gains. Now I have a mission. My mission is to celebrate the legacy and memory of my band mates."
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Hear Twisted Sister's Dee Snider and Eddie Ojeda team up with Rudy Sarzo and Mike Portnoy for a thunderous cover of Theme For An Imaginary Western

The hard-rocking version of the Pete Brown/Jack Bruce-penned tune – famously covered by Mountain – features on Legacy, the forthcoming all-star Leslie West tribute album. Back in November, it was announced that a jaw-dropping group of A-list rockers had come together for Legacy, a tribute album dedicated to Mountain singer and electric guitar player Leslie West.

Rudy Sarzo Reunited With Quiet Riot 2021 In Review

Rudy Sarzo Reunited With Quiet Riot was a top 21 story from August 2021: Quiet Riot have announced that legendary bassist Rudy Sarzo has returned to the band after 18 years. Rudy was part of the "Metal Health" lineup of the band, after returning to group following his stint in the classic Randy Rhoads era of Ozzy Osbourne's solo band.

Watch Rudy Sarzo Make His Live Return to Quiet Riot

Let's go, Sarzo! Legendary metal bassist Rudy Sarzo has returned to Quiet Riot after 18 years. Now, footage of his first performance back with the band can be viewed by metal fans everywhere. Sarzo's comeback, initially announced over the summer, makes the musician the only classic member in the current...
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Watch Rudy Sarzo play his first show with Quiet Riot in almost 20 years

Three months after it was announced that Rudy Sarzo would be rejoining Quiet Riot, the bass guitar player has made his first live appearance with the band in almost 20 years. New fan-shot footage shows the bassist joining the veteran rock group – which currently consists of Sarzo, guitarist Alex Grossi, vocalist Jizzy Pearl and drummer Johnny Kelly – at The Groove Music Hall in Woodford, Virginia on Saturday (November 6). Check it out below.

QUIET RIOT's RUDY SARZO And ALEX GROSSI To Attend 2021 IEBA Convention In Nashville

IEBA (International Entertainment Buyers Association) is a not-for-profit trade organization for live entertainment industry professionals. Founded in 1970, IEBA and its annual conference stand alone in the entertainment industry by providing unparalleled networking opportunities and professional development to its members and by showcasing current and diverse entertainment options. Representing billions of dollars in buying power, IEBA is an intimate organization that makes a huge impact.

RUDY SARZO Defends SHARON OSBOURNE Against Accusations Of Racism

Rudy Sarzo has has dismissed as untrue allegations of racism on the part of Sharon Osbourne. This past March, journalist Yashar Ali published a report alleging that Ozzy Osbourne‘s wife and manager referred to her former “The Talk” co-host Julie Chen as “wonton” and “slanty eyes,” citing multiple unnamed sources, including another former “The Talk” co-host Leah Remini. Sharon later called the claims “crap, all crap” in an interview with Daily Mail, saying that it was “a pile-on. People want to add fuel to the fire and it comes with the territory and that’s fine,” she said.
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Rudy Sarzo To Rejoin Quiet Riot

Rudy Sarzo made a big announcement on Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk, this week. The bass legend revealed that he’ll be rejoining Quiet Riot after an 18-year break. Sarzo, who played on their biggest hits, will be the only member from their classic lineup in the current band. “I’m excited...