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Quiet Riot Alienate Fans and Friends in and Attempt to Cover Wrong Doings to Now Fired Singer Mark Huff

Quiet Riot Alienate Fans and Friends in and Attempt to Cover Wrong Doings to Now Fired Singer Mark Huff

Jan 13, 2012

After my article yesterday on Mark Huff, the now former Quiet Riot singer, fired as he sat in his hospital room having his head shaved for brain surgery; there was a mass pouring of emotions across the internet from fans and friends of Mark Huff. People asking for their money back for tickets they had purchased, and saying they only wanted to go to see Mark, among the many other outcries of anger over his wrong doing. Quiet Riot eventually released a half cocked statement, saying they sent Mark a certified letter and making insinuations that Mark may be lying about being in the hospital. From QR Facebook page: “With regards to Mark Huff: My policy has always been not to air out the dirty laundry in public. That policy remains the same even in light of those who chose to make accusations. The fact is that Mr. Huff’s medical condition had nothing to do with the decision that was made though it is unfortunate that it comes at such a time. His wife assured me that Mark would be home this week, and as legal protocol dictated, a certified letter was sent informing Mark of the decision that was made and why it was made. This was days ago. The content of that letter is a private matter unless Mr. Huff decides to make the reason for his dismissal made public which I believe would be counterproductive for him. I will not go tit for tat with this issue. If certain person wish to villainies me, that is their prerogative.” This statement from the band sent out a rash of angry protests from friends and fans alike, I myself as the writer of the original article that soared the web, ended up in a conversation on MY Facebook page with a certain drummers girlfriend, whom insisted that a certified letter had been sent by them to Mark Huff, and that Mark was lying, which only lit my fuse because I KNOW for a fact that Mark is not lying. After said “girlfriend”, invaded my Facebook, myself and fans started noticing they were deleting any post on their page with the truth and only...

Atlanta Musician Steven Marchi Missing for 15 Days!

Atlanta Musician Steven Marchi Missing for 15 Days!

Aug 29, 2011

Written by Duffie Dixon of 11 Alive Friends of a missing local musician are asking for the public’s help in locating him. 43-year-old Steven Marchi was last seen the night of August 12, 2011. His roomate Jeffrey Powell said Marchi left the apartment in in his green Dodge pickup that has a camper top and an Illinois license plate. Powell assumed he’d see Marchi in a few hours, but he and others have not seen or heard from Marchi since. “I didn’t think too much of it at first. I mean he’s a grown man and I thought he may have just been staying with a friend, but then I realized he left without his phone or his guitar,” said Powell. Other friends confirm Marchi is an avid musician and goes everywhere with his guitar and sheet music. Kelley Hagen said that’s what has her convinced something bad has happened to Marchi. “Anyone who knows him knows he is not without his guitar for more than a few hours. He’s also not someone who would leave a roomate without paying the rent or explaining if he was headed out of town,” said Hagen. In fact, Powell said Marchi is always prompt with his weekly rent. Powell is also convinced Marchi planned to be around for the coming week based on what he found in the refrigerator. Marchi, a strict vegan, had just purchased and cut up various produce and put it in containers for a week’s worth of meals. “There’s no way he would buy all of that, take all that time preparing it if he was headed out of town,” said Powell. Marchi has performed at a number of venues around Atlanta including Smith’s Old Bar, Eddie’s Attic and the Red Light Cafe. He was saving up money to pay for the release of a CD. Between gigs Marchi worked as a masseur, so friends worry he may have gone to a client’s house and something bad happened to him. “I just know he would have contacted one of us, any of us, by now,” said Hagen. Police have assigned a case number in the search for Steven Marchi. Friends say the only...

Athlete of the Week: Micah Rembrandt

Athlete of the Week: Micah Rembrandt

Feb 2, 2011

Preface by: Damon Ladd-Thomas In Longmeadow Massachusetts, where I grew up many years ago, I was a pretty good springboard diver. Seeing my current stout shape most would put me in the category of ex-WWF wrestler and current cake eater. Though, in my day I was pretty good according to those who can remember that far back…but not as good as this current, ‘back-home champ’. Congratulations Micah from one (older and chunkier) past 22News Athlete of the Week to a younger, more awesome, current 22News Athlete of the Week. We wish you all the best at the Western Mass Championships and the State Meet. Good Luck at Columbia transitioning from a Lancer to a Lion. Original Article by: Ryan Walsh LONGMEADOW, Mass. (WWLP) – Ivy League bound Micah Rembrandt is leaving quite a mark at Longmeadow, in a short time. The Lancers diver is the 22News athlete of the week. “I want to win Western Mass, hopefully that will come in a couple of weeks, and the goal is to win states”, says Rembrandt. Rembrandt is new to the diving scene in Western Mass. He moved to Longmeadow last spring from a suburb of Cleveland. “This is a very nice environment to move into, everyone is very welcoming and friendly, so it definitely helped the transition, but it was very difficult”, says the Longmeadow senior. He’s lived in Longmeadow for less than a year, but now his name will be remembered for much longer than that. Rembrandt broke Damon Thomas’ school record, which has stood since 1988. “When I’m in a meet I’m just focusing on enjoying the experience and having as much fun as possible and then the good dives just come from that”, says Rembrandt. Rembrandt didn’t start in the pool, a lot of his skills come from gymnastics. “I was really good at the tumbling parts of it, but not some of the other aspects, so the local recreation department in my town, Solon, was offering a diving class and my mom signed me up for that”, says Rembrandt. The Longmeadow senior says diving is about about body control and although the pressure on him has diminished this season, he puts...