Kevin Dubrow, frontman for Quiet Riot, would have been 57 years old this coming Oct. 29.

Dubrow joined the band in 1975 and led them for the next five years until their brief disbanding in 1980 due to the group's guitarist -- Randy Rhoads -- moving on to join Ozzy Osbourne's band.

Dubrow then reformed Quiet Riot with a new lineup and released 'Metal Health.' The record made them the first metal band to earn a No. 1 album.

He left the group in 1987, but rejoined in 1991 was touring with the band right up until his death in 2007.