Thursday, July 15, 2010

Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali documentary in the making

A documentary on Frankie Banali is currently in the works, according to BlabberMouth. Banali was the drummer for Quiet Riot, who hit it big in 1983 with their #1 album Metal Health. Although the band struggled to find success after, Banali stayed with the band until the sudden death of singer Kevin DuBrow in 2007. This documentary will follow Banali's current life as a single father raising his daughter. The documentary will also reveal never-before-seen home videos of Quiet Riot at the peak of their career. It will show the band on the road, as well as backstage antics. The movie will also go into the friendship between DuBrow and Banali.
Well, this is exciting. As a big Quiet Riot fan, I really want to see this documentary. I would love to see home videos from Frankie. This is a really cool idea.
The link below is to a teaser video of what the documentary could be like. You can make donations ($10 to an astounding $10,000- in which you'll get to be in the credits!) to help make this project work. I'm going to think about donating money. I really want to see this happen. Anyways, enjoy the link!

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