Quiet Riot AND Slaughter LIVE at Lava Cantina

25apr7:00 PM10:00 PMQuiet Riot AND Slaughter LIVE at Lava Cantina

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Quiet Riot AND Slaughter both make their way to the main stage at Lava Live on Thursday, April 25th starting at 7PM!

Quiet Riot AND Slaughter make their way to the main stage at Lava Live on Thursday, April 25th at 7pm! Don’t miss this INCREDIBLE night of Rock & Roll at Lava Cantina with two our favorites hitting the stage on the same night.

About Quiet Riot

Quiet Riot is a rock and roll phenomenon. Famously described as the first heavy metal band to top the pop chart at #1 on Billboard magazine, the Los Angeles quartet became an overnight sensation thanks to their monster 1983 smash album, Metal Health.

The story of Quiet Riot begins in 1980 when KEvin DuBrow formed a new band under his own name, working with FRnakie Banali and a variety of musicians over the next few years before signing with Pasha/CBS Records, reverting back to the Quiet Riot moniker, and entering the studio with new guitarist Carlos Cavazo and bassist Chuck Wright. Chuck left the band mis-recording and was replaced by Rudy Sarzo. Driven by the irresistible double whammy of the title track and raucous rendition of the old Slade song, “Cum on Feel the Noize”, the album stormed up the U.S. charts, reaching the number one spot and going platinum five times over. Frankie Benali’s history with Quiet Riot began in 1982 and he has the distinction of being the only member of Quiet Riot to have recorded on every Quiet Riot release from 1983’s Metal Health through 2006’s Rehab. After nearly three years since the loss of his friend and bandmate Kevin DuBrow, and with the blessings and support of DuBrow’s family, Frankie has decided to continue his journey and the musical legacy of Quiet Riot along with bassist Chuck Wright, guitarist Alex Grossi. They are currently promoting their latest album, Hollywood Cowboys which they recorded with voaclist James Durbin.

About Slaughter

Former Vinnie Vincent Invasion members Mark Slaughter and bassist Dana Strum formed Slaughter with guitarist Tim Kelly and drummer Blas Elias in 1988 in an attempt to cross over to pop audiences. Their metal style’s main focus is on catchy melodies and Mark Slaughter’s impressive vocal range, particularly his somewhat nasal falsetto. Their first two studio albums sold quite well until their style fell out of favor with the alternative explosion. The group struggled throughout the 1990s, and on February 5, 1998, Kelly died in an auto accident; his final recordings appeared a year later on Eternal Live. Still, the band managed to regroup without him, releasing Back to Reality in 1999 with new guitarist Jeff Blando.

General Admission for this show is CHARGED. Reserved seating on our VIP Patio and Balcony is available for purchase; Limited availability. All reserved seating is priced PER SEAT along the railing and tables.



(Thursday) 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM(GMT-05:00)


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