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Interview - Quiet Riot / Hollywood Scars - James Durbin

By Thomas S. Orwat Jr.

James Durbin, who is best known as the heavy metal vocalist from the 2011 season of popular TV series, American Idol, has teamed up with Quiet Riot guitar-wiz, Alex Grossi, for a new band called, Hollywood Scars.  The dynamic-duo just recently released an impressive five-song EP entitled, 'Maps To The Hollywood Scars: Volume 1.'

During Durbin's American Idol stint, he  made quite the impression on millions of viewers, performing with special guests, Zakk Wylde and Judas Priest, and finishing 4th overall.

Since American Idol, Durbin has released three solo records.

As we go to press, it is confirmed that Durbin has been hired by Quiet Riot to be their new vocalist.

What follows is an exclusive Rock Music Star interview with James Durbin.

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