MARK WEISSGUY WEISS World Premiere Exclusive

World Premiere Exclusive – Kevin DuBrow, Zakk Wylde and Sebastian Bach Performing at Mark Weiss’ Wedding in 1987 
Don’t miss the October 30th 6pm EST Photographer Mark “WEISSGUY” Weiss’ Pre-Halloween Virtual Fundraiser on for the Monmouth Museum.  This event will reveal a new exclusive video from 1987 of Kevin DuBrow, Zakk Wylde and Sebastian Bach before they were stars, performing “Bang Your Head” by Quiet Riot at Mark’s wedding at the Molly Pitcher Inn, Red Bank, NJ.  We will be celebrating what would have been Kevin’s 65th birthday on October 29th.
Sebastian Bach, Kevin DuBrow and Zakk Wylde at Mark’s wedding, Molly Pitcher Inn, Red Bank, NJ
We Honor and Celebrate Quiet Riot Front Man Kevin DuBrow who would of been 65 Today. Born on October 29th 1955.
Mark, Suzanne and Kevin DuBrow    
Dave Feld, Danny Sanchez, Kevin and Mark
Photographer Mark “WEISSGUY” Weiss is welcoming the addition of Bon Jovi drummer Tico Torres and Skid Row guitarist Dave “The Snake” Sabo to his Halloween eve “Welcome to My Exhibition” fundraiser for the Monmouth Museum, which is currently hosting Weiss’ Mark Weiss: The Decade That Rocked exhibit.
 The virtual event will feature a virtual walk through of the exhibit plus interviews with Zakk Wylde, Tico Torres, Ratt’s Stephen Pearcy, Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider and many more of the mischievous rock star friends that are featured in Weiss’ book, The Decade That Rocked. 
 Sirius/XM Ozzy’s Boneyard and Hair Nation DJ Keith Roth and his Band of Ghouls will perform live with special musical guests, including Jerry Gaskill of King’s X, Rob Affuso of Skid Row and Accept frontman Mark Tornillo.
 Founded in 1963 as a Museum of Ideas, the Monmouth Museum presents changing exhibitions in art, history and science to educate and entertain while providing a destination for creative expression and life-long learning to the diverse community it serves. An independent, non-profit organization, the Monmouth Museum is entirely supported by individuals, foundations, corporate, county and state grants, and income from special events, membership dues and admissions.
Photographer Mark "WEISSGUY" Weiss Welcomes you to his Exhibition on Oct 30th, 2020 at 6:00pmEST.
Mark “WEISSGUY” Weiss invites you to join him with his pals Tico Torres of Bon Jovi, Zakk Wylde, Dee Snider of Twisted Sister and Rudy Sarzo of Quiet RIot to come to the event on October 30th.
Photographer Mark ‘WEISSGUY” Weiss with his muse Nurse Georgiana
“Mark Weiss’ exhibit is a timeline of rock ‘n roll history. The largest retrospective of his work, The Decade That Rocked takes visitors through Mark’s artistic evolution. It’s a behind-the-scenes journey that captures the essence of these huge, legendary personalities. We’re proud to have hosted this exhibit at the Monmouth Museum.”
– Erika Hellstrom, Deputy Executive Director, Monmouth Museum
All those who watch the virtual pay-per-view event will have chance to win an 11 x 14 Alice Cooper photo from 1987 signed by Mark and Alice.  
Mark will be having his last book signing on Friday, October 30th from 2-5pm with books for sale, for all of you that reside in the tri-state area, Guests that dress up in 80s rock star fashion will receive a free Mark Weiss promotional postcard set. Mark will be in attendance in his Alice Cooper persona. Go to the for directions to the museum in Lincroft, NJ. 
  Please contact for an interview with Mark Weiss
My Fan Club Years with Kevin DuBrow and Quiet Riot
Missy Whitney ran the Quiet Riot Squad Fan Club before, during and after the release of the #1 Billboard charted album, Metal Health, which came out in 1983. She selected favorite stories and personal experiences working with Kevin DuBrow, Quiet Riot, as well as fan stories during the time Quiet Riot blew up the airwaves and MTV. The book was completed earlier this year and features photos from the classic line up in 1983 from photographer, Mark “WEISSGUY” Weiss as well as photos from Ron Sobol who was the original Quiet Riot photographer from the Randy Rhoads years. 
The book, “Keep On Rollin'” will be published and released in honor of Kevin’s 65th birthday with the Foreword written by the original Quiet Riot bass player, Rudy Sarzo. A portion of all book proceeds will be donated to the Pancreatic Cancer Cure Foundation in memory of Frankie Banali. You can follow the Keep On Rollin’ – The Book FaceBook page KEEP ON ROLLIN