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Paul Shortino and Sean McNabb later played together on Rough Cutt's "Sneak Peek" EP.
He is currently participating in "Drum Wars" shows with his brother Carmine, which feature a guest appearance from vocalist Paul Shortino.
In the event many hard rock celebrities appeared like ex-Toto Bobby Kimball, Paul Shortino, Rudy Sarzo, Michael T. Ross, John Payne, Carmine Appice, Vinny Appice, Lorraine Lewis and others.
Recorded "Send in the Clowns" for Carrot Top's Stage Show at the Luxor in Las Vegas with singer Paul Shortino, Tyler Burgess and drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott with Tom Parham.
Many chapels also offer themed weddings. Common themes include Hawaiian, fairy tale, "Star Trek", goth, and weddings with an Elvis or Michael Jackson impersonator. The Tropicana has offered a "rock star" wedding officiated by former Quiet Riot frontman Paul Shortino.
Due to the confusion over the album's proper title, Paul Shortino was asked in 2015 on Twitter what the proper name of the album was, and he replied back that the name is simply "QR".
In a 2004 interview, Jeff "JK" Northrup, Edwards' old bandmate and friend, discussed receiving an offer to record a new rock album with Edwards as vocalist. Edwards declined, choosing to remain outside music. Paul Shortino assumed lead vocals on the project. Edwards still contributed songwriting and co-lead vocals for two tracks on the album "Afterlife", issued in 2004 on MTM Music.
The first Rough Cutt line-up featured vocalist Paul Shortino, drummer Dave Alford, guitarist Jake E. Lee, keyboardist Claude Schnell, and bassist Joey Cristofanilli. Both Lee and Alford had also previously been in another Los Angeles band, Ratt. Both Schnell and Cristofanilli had previously been in the band Magic.
In November 2012, Ross joined the Rock Vault supergroup, featuring Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple, Rainbow), Howard Leese (Heart), Robin McAuley (McAuley Schenker Group), Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt, King Kobra), Jay Schellen (Asia), Tracii Guns (Guns N' Roses), Andrew Freeman (Lynch Mob) and John Payne (Asia). They played their debut show at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles on 29 November 2012.
In 2010, a new King Kobra emerged, with Carmine Appice on drums, Paul Shortino taking over vocal duties, Mick Sweda on guitar, David Henzerling (a.k.a. David Michael-Philips) on guitar, and Johnny Rod on bass. This lineup released an eponymous album, "King Kobra", in 2011 on Frontiers Records, and another album in 2013 entitled "King Kobra II".
In 1991, Dubrow regrouped with his former Quiet Riot bandmate Carlos Cavazo alongside Kenny Hillary and former Rainbow drummer Bobby Rondinelli in a new band called Heat, (Quiet Riot had continued on in 1988 with new singer Paul Shortino of Rough Cutt but by this time were disbanded). By 1993, Heat had renamed themselves Quiet Riot with Banali re-joining on drums.
It features most of the original lineup, with the exception of new member Paul Shortino on vocals; Shortino had previously appeared on the band's 2011 self-titled reunion album. Shortino and Appice are joined by original members Johnny Rod, Mick Sweda, and David Henzerling.
In 2010, Jani Lane of Warrant filled in for Jack Russell, while Russell recuperated from surgery after suffering a perforated bowel. Terry Ilous (XYZ) replaced Jack Russell at the Coach House during the summer of 2010 and Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot, King Kobra) filled in for Russell when Great White performed at Stockholm Rock Out Festival in September.
In 2003 Neil Turbin released his first solo album "Threatcon Delta" on American record label "Metal Mayhem Music". The album contains fourteen songs and includes a cover of a Jimi Hendrix song as well as an AC/DC cover. Prominent guest musicians on the album include Claude Schnell, Jeff Scott Soto, and Paul Shortino.
In 2013, the classic rock tribute show Raiding the Rock Vault began playing at the LVH. The cast consists of several actors and musicians, including Paul Shortino, John Payne, Robin McAuley, and Howard Leese. Tracii Guns was a part of the show for its 2013 run, but was replaced in 2014 by Doug Aldrich.
In early 2014 Aldrich joined the critically acclaimed production show "Raiding the Rock Vault" at the New Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, where he performed six shows a week with other Rock'n Roll greats including Robin McAuley (formerly Survivor, MSG), John Payne (Asia), Howard Leese (Bad Company, Heart), Paul Shortino (Quiet Riot) and Andrew Freeman (Offspring), among others. As of late 2015 this collaboration was still on ongoing project.
In addition to the casino, the Tropicana includes a large swimming pool, tropical landscaping, waterfalls and an outdoor bar. A historic wedding chapel that seats up to 100 guests is also on the property. The Tropicana LV wedding chapel venue is known for traditional ceremonies, vow renewals and commitment ceremonies, and recently added a "Rock Star Wedding" package with former Quiet Riot frontman/ordained minister Paul Shortino as officiant.
Rough Cutt is an American heavy metal band from Los Angeles, California who released 2 studio albums on Warner Bros. Records in the mid-1980s. Rough Cutt never achieved the commercial success enjoyed by many other L.A. bands of that time but various members went on to success in other groups, including Jake E. Lee with Ozzy Osbourne, Amir Derakh with Orgy, Paul Shortino with Quiet Riot, and Craig Goldy and Claude Schnell with Dio.
King Kobra is the eponymous studio album by American hard rock band King Kobra. It was released on April 4, 2011 in Japan with 13 tracks and on April 15, 2011 in Europe and May 5, 2011 in North America with only 12 tracks. It is the first album to feature vocalist Paul Shortino and the first since 1986 to feature Johnny Rod, Mick Sweda and Dave Henzerling (formerly David Michael-Philips) on bass and guitar, respectively.
2011–2012 saw Carmine performing Drum Wars shows with his brother Vinny Appice and Guitarist Michael Hund, as well a reformation of King Kobra with Johnny Rod, Mick Sweda, and David Henzerling, with Paul Shortino replacing Mark Free on lead vocals. This lineup released an eponymous album, "King Kobra", in April 2011 on the Frontiers label which received critical acclaim. A new King Kobra album was released in 2013, titled "King Kobra II" featuring the song "Have a Good Time", for which a music video was filmed in Fall of 2012 at Count's Vamp'd in Las Vegas.