Neil Citron

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Neil Citron
Genres Heavy metal, hard rock
Occupations Musician
Instruments Guitar
Associated acts Quiet Riot

Neil Citron is a guitarist who played briefly with heavy metal band Quiet Riot in 2006. Although he contributes guitar to the album Rehab, he left shortly after the release and was replaced by Alex Grossi.

He is also a sound engineer and mixer. In 2002, he received a Grammy Award in the Best Pop Instrumental Album category for engineering No Substitutions: Live in Osaka by Larry Carlton and Steve Lukather.

Has been training in the martial arts for over 35 years. Holds a third-degree black belt in American Tang Soo Do style of Karate under former Chuck Norris black belt Dennis Ichikawa.[1] He also holds sixth-degree black belts in several Korean styles - Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido, and Sib Pal Gi.[2]

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  1. ^ T/O Westlake Karate Studio > Black Belts. URL accessed on January 28, 2010.
  2. ^ Neil Citron > Bio. URL accessed on January 28, 2010.

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