Reunited rockers Quiet Riot have parted ways with their singer of a year, Mark Huff.
The frontman replaced the late Kevin DuBrow in the Cum on Feel the Noize band and now he will step aside for new singer Keith St. John, who will join the group for the remaining dates on its winter tour.
It is not clear why the band has dumped Huff, who joined the group in 2011, but he told one reporter, "I am here to help Quiet Riot continue to keep the music alive in the most flattering way possible."
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