Guy Speranza


1976-1981 Riot V - vocals  

Personal information

Born on: 12.03.1956
Died on: 08.11.2003

Guy Speranza (b. March 12, 1956 - November 8, 2003 in Orlando, Florida) was an American singer, best known as New York-based metal band Riot's original frontman, from 1976-1981. He sang on their first three albums, 1977's Rock City, 1979's Narita and 1981's Fire Down Under, before leaving the band in 1981. After retiring from music, he would work as an exterminator in Florida until being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, of which he would die from on November 8, 2003.