Drumming up Memories: A Tribute to Frankie Banali and the Power of Musical ConnectionsBehind The Stage Door
Join me on a heartfelt journey as I reminisce about my dear friend, the late Frankie Benelli, legendary drummer of Quiet Riot. From our serendipitous meeting on Instagram to bonding over our shared love for music, guitars, and drums, Frankie left an indelible mark on my life and drum building adventure. In this episode, I share unforgettable moments with Frankie - such as our poignant visit to the Les Paul Museum and Les Paul's gravesite where we discussed the iconic Randy Rhoads and his connection to both Les Paul and Frankie.
My tribute to Frankie doesn't end there - I also recount a later visit to the gravesite with my daughter, where we unexpectedly met a close friend of Les Paul who shared even more insights. Grab your headphones and listen in as I celebrate the incredible friendship I had with Frankie, his wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry, and the lasting impact he made on my life. This episode is not just a walk down memory lane but also a testament to the power of genuine connections in the world of music.
06/17/23 • 8 min
Behind The Stage Door - Drumming up Memories: A Tribute to Frankie Banali and the Power of Musical Connections
Hello and welcome to another episode of Behind the Stage Door podcast . I am your host , paul Milkovich . Today I'd like to talk about a good friend of mine , frankie Benelli .Speaker 1
He's a guy who probably knows . Frankie was the drummer of Quiet Riot for many , many , many years .Speaker 1
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