Quiet Riot Tickets
From New Mexico to Washington DC, one American heavy metal band that everyone loves is Quiet Riot. This band has been successfully playing metal for around four decades now, and still attracting huge crowd in their concerts. This band is regarded as one of the best in heavy metal and is part of VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock. Quiet Riot is best known for two of its songs, Metal Health and Cum On Feel the Noize. The band initially began as Mach 1, then changed the name to Little Women and finally changed it to their present name, Quiet Riot. Formed back in 1973 by Randy Rhoads, a guitarist and his friend Kelly Garni, a bassist, Quiet Riot was made up of both these musicians as well as Kevin DuBrow as the lead vocalist and Drew Forsythe as the drummer.
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Quiet Riot Tickets
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Today, Quiet Riot’s lineup consists of Mark Huff, the lead vocalist, Frankie Banali, the drummer, Chuck Wright, the bassist and Alex Grossi, the guitarist. In this lineup, two of the members, the drummer and the bassist are amongst the first batch of musicians who played with the band. The name of the band was the result of a talk with Rick Parfitt, then part of Status Quo, a British band, in which he was asked to suggest a name. He actually suggested Quite Right but due to his British accent, it was thought that he said Quiet Riot, and thus did the name stick to this band. Although the band was highly successful in the Los Angeles heavy metal and hard rock scene, their first albums were released through Sony in Japan. Their first album, Quiet Riot I, was released in 1977 in Japan and the second album, Quiet Riot 2, was also released in Japan in 1978.
Their first American album, Metal Health, was released in 1983 through CBS Records. It was this album and its single that propelled Quiet Riot into popularity. The single Cum On Feel the Noize, a cover of a Slade song, ranked fifth on the Billboard chart non-stop for two whole weeks. It even broke a record by being the first heavy metal song to reach the top 5 in the Billboard Pop Charts (the Hot 100 Singles chart). This single’s success also catapulted the album Metal Health to rank first on the Billboard Pop Album charts, breaking yet another record by being the first American heavy metal debut album to reach this position. Quiet Riot was thus a record breaker; a #1 album and a Top 5 hit single all in a week and the first for any heavy metal band placing Quiet Riot right next to the greats of heavy metal and hard rock, a band to be heard through Quiet Riot tickets.
Cum On Feel the Noize’s video was also a hit on MTV at that time and was regularly featured. The album itself was also remarkable in that it displaced The Police’s album, Synchronicity from the #1 spot. The song Metal Health appeared on the Billboard charts and was also part of the movie Footloose’s soundtrack released in 1984 and its video was also popular on MTV. In fact, this song also appeared on VH1’s Top 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs and ranked 41st, no small feat for a song in a band’s debut album, a feat few can lay claim to and a feat that definitely makes you itch to listen to Quiet Riot. How? Simply grab Quiet Riot tickets and go listen to the band that made heavy metal history, a band that many say catapulted heavy metal into the mainstream world of pop music.
Quiet Riot’s Metal Health album sold around six million copies and the band also opened for Black Sabbath in their born again tour, the same year the album was released. The next album, Condition Critical, was released in 1984 and was commercially successful by selling three million copies. The next album was released in 1986 and was titled as Quiet Riot III followed by Quiet Riot IV in 1988.
Quiet Riot’s next album was released after a several years in 1993 and was titled as Terrified followed by the album Down to the Bone in 1995 and a Greatest Hits album in 1996 that contained material from their American releases. But that wasn’t it for the band; 1999 saw the release of acclaimed album Alive and Well followed by Guilty Pleasures in 2001. After a gap of five years, 2006 saw Quiet Riot’s latest album Rehab being released. As of then the band has been touring and performing at various venues all over North America and you can catch them anywhere near you provided you have in your possession of Quiet Riot tickets.
Quiet Riot Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Quiet Riot's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Hollywood at the C.B. Smith Park on 4-Nov-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Milwaukee at the Turner Hall Ballroom on 24-Nov-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Rockfest 80's: Sebastian Bach, Dokken, Quiet Riot & Steelheart - Saturday Admission||C.B. Smith Park||Hollywood, FL||Sat Nov 04 201711/04 12:00 PM|
|Quiet Riot||Whisky A Go Go||West Hollywood, CA||Sat Nov 18 201711/18 08:00 PM|
|Quiet Riot||Turner Hall Ballroom||Milwaukee, WI||Fri Nov 24 201711/24 08:00 PM|
Quiet Riot Tickets Prices
The average price for Quiet Riot Tickets start from $141. The minimum get in price is $44 for Quiet Riot Tickets at the Whisky A Go Go, West Hollywood. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Rockfest 80's: Sebastian Bach, Dokken, Quiet Riot & Steelheart - Saturday Admission||Hollywood||4-Nov-17||$210||$103|
|Quiet Riot||West Hollywood||18-Nov-17||$141||$44|
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