“Randy Rhoads: The Quiet Riot Years” is a new book from Quiet Riot's personal photographer/lighting director Ron Sobol.
Enhanced by a collection of Sobol‘s photographs along with singer Kevin DuBrow’s personal memorabilia, the photo journal captures Quiet Riot’s journey to superstardom, a story that first began on March 3, 1975 when Dubrow first met Rhoads.
In words and rare, unpublished photographs, the book brings readers inside Randy and Kevin's struggle to make it out of Hollywood and onto the world's stages.
“Randy Rhoads: The Quiet Riot Years” comes with a 90-minute DVD documentary with multiple bonus features. Among those features are highlights from a never-before-heard Randy Rhoads guitar lesson.
The film offers a behind-the-scenes portrait of two close friends as they embark on an uphill quest for stardom. Using previously unseen images, rare video footage and period music, along with new and classic interviews, the movie chronicles the five year period (1975-1980) that Sobol worked with the band.
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