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Kelly Garni’s new project: Randy Rhoads tribute

Bassist Kelly Garni, one of the founding members of Quiet Riot, has started the RR Network, a new project in tribute to late guitarist Randy Rhoads. The RR Network is a social networking site dedicated to the late Ozzy Osbourne/Quiet Riot guitarist.

“This site was created for several reasons! It is very important to the Rhoads family and friends that his legacy is represented with respect. Randy‚Äôs fanbase is also very important from the young to the old, all are considered friends! this site is for networking those friends and help future fans get quality information about Randy Rhoads.” Garni said. “I had a great relationship with Randy as a kid growing up and as a bandmate. I find myself working for Randy daily. With all of this said I am so glad that I and the staff of the RR Network have the opportunity to bring you this site.”

Here’s a video of Garni explaining the concept:

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Frank

Frank

Randy's last name is spelled Rhoads, NOT Rhodes. Please get it right if you're going to make an article about the greatest guitar player of all time… I see you spelled it right just once…but even in the title you spelled it wrong. I don't dare share this with my friends on myspace that are lovers of Randy RHOADS.
You'd be bombarded with posts here.

Frank

Frank

I am sorry…you spelled it wrong 2x and correctly 2x…geezzzz.

Frank

Frank

Randy's last name is spelled Rhoads, NOT Rhodes. Please get it right if you're going to make an article about the greatest guitar player of all time… I see you spelled it right just once…but even in the title you spelled it wrong. I don't dare share this with my friends on myspace that are lovers of Randy RHOADS.
You'd be bombarded with posts here.

Frank

Frank

I am sorry…you spelled it wrong 2x and correctly 2x…geezzzz.